Reception: Saturday, February 3, 2018  5-7pm 
Soraya Gallery

Bill Jehle: objects solitary and terrible 

acrylic,pencil, ink on paper, 42x29.75in
Image: ARK, 2017, Novacolor, oil, pencil, ink on paper, 42x30in Copyright Bill Jehle 2017 ARS/NewYork
January 19 – March 18, 2018
Reception: Saturday February 3, 2018  5-7pm

Riffing on Roland Barthes:

The object in view assumes an exalted place:  modern painting is a painting of the object. In it, Nature becomes a fragmented space, made of objects solitary and terrible because the links between them are only potential. Nobody chooses them for a privileged meaning, or a particular use, or some service; nobody imposes a hierarchy on them, nobody reduces them to the manifestation of a mental behavior, or of an intention, of some evidence of tenderness.


For information about the artist please visit :
The Valley Performing Arts Center Gallery is located on the corner of Nordhoff St. and Lindley Ave. on the Loge Level, north of the Great Hall.  Exhibitions are open to ticket holders one hour prior to performances, during intermissions and by appointment.  Call Sally Adelblue at (818) 677-8800

18111 Nordhoff St. Northridge, CA 91330