Jun 10 2011 - Aug 21 2011

Emily White, American Bison Model, oak, bronze, felt, 2011      Michelle Carollo, Wastetube, mixed media, 2011

Exhibition Jurors:
Nancy Davis, Curator, Division of Home and Community Life,
National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution

James F. Langley, Curator of Exhibitions,
Calvert Marine Museum, Solomons, Maryland

About SUPERSIZE: Bigger Is Better?
What fuels our fascination with obscene quantities and obsessive amounts?  From supersized to overstuffed, from bulk to buy-one-get-one, we are in a constant quest for more, yet we decry the after-effects of over-consumption. SUPERSIZE
explores the art of the supersized; art that tackles the absurdity of life on a grand scale.  Many of these outrageous works will make you smile and laugh out loud, but take time to explore the entire exhibit – both indoors and outside - and to read the artist statements. Taken as a whole, the diverse works included in SUPERSIZE contain important messages about our relationships with our stuff, and how we consume the Earth’s resources. This complex and entertaining exhibit is a celebration and critical commentary, full of beauty, humor, and some really big stuff. 

Annmarie After Hours Opening - Friday, June 10, 2011, 6-9pm

Contributing Artist(s): 
Ruth Avra & Dana Kleinman, AWG, Bob Carlson, Michelle Carollo, Ann Crain, Derek Decker, Benjamin Entner, Jim Gallucci, Rajorshi Ghosh, Susan Evans Grove, Lannie Hart, Artemis Herber, Tom Holmes, Peter Horan, Lialia Kuchma, Mickey Kunkle & Kay Collins, George Long, Jeanne J. Martin, Roger Martin, Sandi Ritchie Miller, Alyson Moore, Constance Old, Pokey Park, Jim Paulsen, Paul Rhymer, Toni-Lee Sangastiano, Suzanne Shelden, Monte Shelton, Gary Staab, Heidi Wetzel, Emily White, Sarah Wilkins, Damian Yanessa.

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