“The sculptural pieces in the gallery consist of smaller, sometimes, miniature items that are placed within a “stage” or ‘place’ created by larger components. The space and the format of the gallery provide the spatial context around which the pieces were developed.
This idea comes loosely from experiences I’ve had with painting where the overall image, when examined up close breaks down into marks and shapes that swing out from the whole as separate events.
The individual components of these pieces have references to tools, toys, and other smaller compact forms.”
Lily Hanson lives and works in Dallas, TX. She holds an MFA from Southern MethodistUniversity (2000) where she currently teaches sculpture. She is a 2007 recipient of theDozier Travel Grant from the Dallas Museum of Art. Her work was most recently included in exhibitions at And/Or Gallery, Dallas, TX; the 2007 Texas Biennial; 500xGallery, Dallas, TX; Conduit Gallery, Dallas, TX; Art Museum of Southeast Texas,Beaumont, TX; and The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, TX.