Tiny Talk is back with artist Jamie Earnest

Tiny Talk is back with artist Jamie Earnest

Tiny Talk with Jamie Earnest
Friday April 19th

5300 Butler Street
6-8pm

Small Mall is back once more with the Tiny Talk series! Join us as host a Micro Exhibition of work by Jamie Earnest for a one night only show. The show will be accompanied by an artist talk.  

 

 Lawrenceville Distilling will serve special artist inspired drinks at their pop up.  

 

 Additional work by Jamie will be available for purchase during the event. Donations will be going towards SisterFriend. 

This event is free. Please RSVP below.

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The Lawrenceville Distilling Co. distills small batches of spirits by hand at our independently owned distillery in Pittsburgh’s Lawrenceville neighborhood.  They exclusively distill  Parking Chair Vodka  and  1129 Ridge Ave Absinthe Traditionelle .

The Lawrenceville Distilling Co. distills small batches of spirits by hand at our independently owned distillery in Pittsburgh’s Lawrenceville neighborhood.

They exclusively distill Parking Chair Vodka and 1129 Ridge Ave Absinthe Traditionelle.

Jamie Earnest is interested in exploring the successes, tensions, and nuances of the idea of public space and domestic symbols, often tying together public and private space to continue a social and political commentary. Engagement between public and private realms creates a gray area of inertia that her painted spaces try to activate. She does not believe that a painting can change the world, but she does believe it powers communication and human interaction. With this, Jamie values ambiguity in her paintings. Her paintings are often hybrids of her past and future trajectory of personal and public space paired with a social and political narrative.

Jamie Earnest is interested in exploring the successes, tensions, and nuances of the idea of public space and domestic symbols, often tying together public and private space to continue a social and political commentary. Engagement between public and private realms creates a gray area of inertia that her painted spaces try to activate. She does not believe that a painting can change the world, but she does believe it powers communication and human interaction. With this, Jamie values ambiguity in her paintings. Her paintings are often hybrids of her past and future trajectory of personal and public space paired with a social and political narrative.

Small Mall is the concept store for CDCP, an arts business focused on growing Pittsburgh’s art economy. Stop by our experimental retail space to purchase art and design objects from some of the region's most talented makers. Look through our website to learn more about our other programs.

Small Mall is the concept store for CDCP, an arts business focused on growing Pittsburgh’s art economy. Stop by our experimental retail space to purchase art and design objects from some of the region's most talented makers. Look through our website to learn more about our other programs.