Gabe Meyer & Jared Zillig
Location: Southeast of Tie & Timber Beer Co. at 1451 E. Cherry St.
These portals are intuitive fingerprints of the way the mind reacts to balance in pattern while sketching with wood. The painter, Paul Klee, once described his works as “taking a line for a walk.” That philosophy has continued to resonate in much of my design work, as well as music. The intuitive ride. Studying under Dwaine Crigger at SMSU (Southwest Missouri State University) also leant a hand to the playful side of passing on ideas through large sculpture and I’ll always run with that. Stepping into the installation world, where a creation becomes part of the environment because of the environment, one might easily slip away to a moment of transformation.