PROTECTING ZITA'S TARNISHED IMAGE,
INVESTIGATING ZITA'S TARNISHED IMAGE
The Zita drawings are a multiple panel installation piece. The configuration of the installation changes depending on the size and shape of the exhibition space. They are always shown together and no panel is ever edited from the display during a gallery exhibition. Each individual work is 11 x 17 inches and the medium is graphite and ink on paper, 2004.
All of the images on this page are thumbnails, please click on the thumbnails of each work below to view a larger, full screen image. Below these thumbnails are exhibition photos of shows that have featured this installation.
The ZITA installation has been displayed in various locations across the United States, capturing the attention of diverse audiences. First, it graced the walls of the Roswell Visual Art Center in Roswell, GA, offering the community an immersive artistic experience. Next, the installation found its way to the Foundry Art Centre in St. Charles, MO, where it continued to intrigue visitors. Finally, the Northcutt Steele Gallery in Bozeman, MT, also played host to this evocative multi-panel work. Each venue added a unique context to the installation, enriching its visual and interpretive impact.