Look, and you shall see. It took Louisville native Cletus Wilcox 15 years of cross-country travel to really see America. His exhibition “COLOR” is the result of his observations about our American identity, using color and abstraction to express what he believes we are all about. “It’s hard for me to consider myself an artist,” he said. “Due to the lack of drafted design and constraint in the art I am involved with I tend to feel I am more of a steward to the piece rather than the creator.” I’m calling him a visual sociologist.
THROUGH MAY 30Tim Faulkner Gallery