The richly colorful and summary perform of Allison Paschke and Jacqueline Ott will play with dimension and scale on the gallery partitions at the Jamestown Arts Middle starting on August 21. 

The broad wallspace at the JAC introduced an possibility for Paschke and Ott, the two Rhode Island artists, to discover formidable alternatives with their artwork. In Scaling the Wall the artworks act in dialogue with a different, not only between the two artists, but also in scale from the quite large to pretty little. Paschke employs lush and fragile resources like mirrors, amber resins, and porcelain that reply to and alter as the viewer ways. Ott will work in acrylic and graphite to create hanging geographical compositions designed up of a series of panels. 

The JAC’s Exhibition Director Karen Conway explains: “The juxtaposition of Ott’s and Paschke’s operate, and its varied media towards the backdrop of the JAC’s 18 foot-substantial walls, lends itself to broaden the viewer’s plane of vision and working experience a dramatic change in scale.”