By Andrew Travers

The curious and often large-scale sculptures and paintings of Alan Shields prod you to move. You have to walk under them, around them, lean over them. Twenty-four of Shields’ multi-colored works hang from the ceiling, rise from the floor and wrap the walls of two galleries at the Aspen Art Museum.“The works affect you — they’re in your physical space, but you also affect them when you’re …read more

Via:: Aspen Times



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