WILLIAMSTOWN -- The ‘Half Dozen or So’ Gallery at Mount Greylock will present a body of work by Mike Glier, Williams Visual Art faculty and internationally renowned artist.
The exhibition will run through Nov. 30. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Glier, a force in the contemporary art world, is well-known for his paintings he continues to create in specific geographic areas all over the world. This exhibit, "Satisfaction," is a more intimate example of Glier’s work.
Completed in 1989, this series of charcoal drawings are accompanied by the thoughts and words of the sitters as they answer a timeless question, "What is satisfaction to you?"
The "Satisfaction" series exists as an exhibition and as an artist’s book of 50 portraits and interviews of dreamers. The portraits are charcoal on paper, each 12x9-inches. The series was created for an exhibition at the San Jose Museum of Art, which published the book in conjunction with Hallwalls, Buffalo, N.Y.
The ‘Half Dozen or So’ Gallery is open to the public and is located at Mt. Greylock Regional School, 1781 Cold Spring Road.
Information: Jane-Ellen De Som ma at jdesomma@ mgrhs. org or 802-440-2066.