Press Release

New Large Scale Paintings
and an Installation

Apr 5 - May 3, 1996


During the month of April, the George Adams Gallery will show new works by Sandy Winters. The exhibition will feature a new series of large-scale drawings on hollow core door panels, and a wall-size mural installation measuring 11x21 feet worked on multiple 4x8 foot sheets of plywood.

The  works on door panels consist are polyptychs measuring 7 1/2 feet high by as much as 12 feet long. They are worked primarily in conte crayon directly on the wood or on sheets of black or white paper attached to the surface. The installation covers 8 plywood sheets, 4x8 feet each.


Exhibition Checklist

 

1. Crash, 1995
conte, charcoal on paper
41 3/4 x 29 3/4 inches

 

2. Mushrooming, 1994
conte, charcoal, graphite, collage on wood
80 x 144 inches

 

3. Essential Hardware, 1995
conte, charcoal, graphite, collage on wood
80 x 72 inches

 

4. More Likely Than Not, 1996
conte, charcoal, graphite, collage on wood
12 x 38 feet (variable)  

 

5. Needle, 1995
conte, charcoal, graphite, collage on wood
80 x 72 inches

 

6. Shredding The Evidence, 1994
conte, charcoal, graphite, collage on wood
80 x 144 inches