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Willowwood House
Image of the kitchen area with one side of the folding doors opened to reveal the sink area.
Willowwood House
Image of interior of house with Gough seated in a chair reading, African sculpture on wall and Modernist artwork above sofa.
Willowwood House
Image of interior of house with furniture, rug, animal skin, African sculpture and Modernist art.
Willowwood House
Image of interior of house, two sofas, artwork on wall, sculpture on coffee table, rug, two Eames style chairs.
Willowwood House
Image of silhouette of Gough inside his house with sculptural light piece and view out of window.
Willowwood House
Image of seating area in front of large print on wall.
Willowwood House
Image of close view of sculpture on cantilevered cupboards and portion of Marie Laurencin print on wall.
Willowwood House
Image of Ray Gough seated at desk in his house, on wall above desk is a print by Marie Laurencin.
Willowwood House
Image of interior view of Gough house, artwork on walls, sculpture and two wire chairs.
Willowwood House
Image of interior view of Ray Gough house, table and chairs in silhouette and large print on wall is visible.
Orb, Number 3
The sculptural object is created from layers of paper. This piece was included in the exhibition From Here to There: Practice, Form, and Meaning, May 22 - August 4, 2012.
Battlefield
The two paper pieces consists of many layers, hang on the wall and protrude into the space. These pieces were included in the exhibition From Here to There: Practice, Form, and Meaning, May 22 - August 4, 2012.
Activities A-G
The work consists of a series of six books. They were included in the exhibition From Here to There: Practice, Form, and Meaning, May 22 - August 4, 2012.
Untitled and Sew Bits
Two sleeveless white dresses are shown in this view of the exhibition entitled From Here to There: Practice, Form, and Meaning that was hosted in the UNT Art Gallery from May 22 to August 4, 2012.
Life's Cycle
The artwork depicts a partial circle of geometric shapes through which float some small oval shapes which float out of two vertical white containers. The ground of the piece is a gradation of pale blue to a darker blue at the top edge.
The Separation
The screen print on fabric depicts in a range of blues and some pinks, stairs, blocks, bridges moving through space. Some small triangular shapes float in the upper half of the work.
Sun: Studio 321
This two-panel woven artwork depicts several gold angular spear shapes that jut downward vertically and break apart in two pieces. Weaving through and around the gold and orange vertical spears are two long two-toned ribbons. The background is purple with a few light blue streaks.
Weekend Romance
This artwork depicts two spheres with openings through which they are both pierced with two or three pointed orange and yellow spears. Beneath the spheres is a plateau with two cracks in it and in the background float some triangular shapes.
Life's Cycle
The textured artwork consists of pinks and blues predominately. Geometric shapes float on a blue woven background. Making a circular arc, partially seen, are some wedge shapes with pink tops and turquoise sides. At the far left are two cylindrical pink and purple shapes. Floating among the larger shapes are many small open ovals and open chevron shapes.
Only Time Will Tell
The blue and black horizontally woven background supports geometric structural type shapes that move through the space. A long purple shape pierces a pink triangular shape in the upper right portion of the work. The piece has the illusion of much depth and metal surfaces.
Purple Bracelet
The bracelet is made of six sections, each one wood on which each end is capped with sterling silver and hinged to the adjacent section.
Weighted Rectangle
The pendant consists of a hollow sterling silver rectangular shape that inside of which is a sphere that appears to cause the rectangular shape to hang at an angle.
Wine Goblets
The wine goblets consist of two main pieces, a vertical horn shape made of wood which supports a similarly shaped silver piece that acts as the vessel. The tips of the silver vessels pierce the ebony stand. At the base of the stands are two thin pieces of silver banding.
Purpleheart Set
The purpleheart set consists of a bracelet, necklace and a pair of earrings. They are predominately made of a dark red wood and silver. The pieces consist of geometric shapes which are connected with silver caps and hinges.
Shake, Rattle and Roll
The brooches shown in this image consist of geometric shapes pierced with spear shapes or a coil. The metal surfaces are shiny and smooth. The brooches are in three colors from the various metals, brass, silver and copper.
Round Bracelets
The three bracelets are predominately made of wood. They each have a hinge in the middle of their circumference as well as a pin latch opening.
Brooch and Earrings
The earrings are made of silver circles pierced with off-centered circle cut-outs which are in turn pierced with curlicue ribbon pieces of metal. The brooch is a triangular shape with an opening of a similar triangular shape which is also in turn pierced with a curlicue ribbon of metal. Also on one corner of the brooch is a second curled metal piece.
Brooch
The silver and copper brooch is a triangular shape with a triangular shaped opening inside which is a coiled piece of metal with a second coil on one of the corners of the brooch. The surface is shiny and smooth.
Roll
The brooch consists of a triangular shape with a triangular shaped opening through which a coiled piece of copper twists and emerges and wraps the triangulalr piece.
Earrings
The earrings consist of domed circular shapes with a circular opening through which is a coiled piece of copper.
Square Earrings
The silver earrings consist of mangled square shapes pierced with open rectangular shapes. Moving through the rectangular openings as well as the silver squares are copper wires.
Liqueur
The cordial glass consists of two pieces which are similar in form. The ebony base holds the sterling silver vessel portion. At the top and bottom of the piece are similar thin silver bands.
Liqueurs
These two cordial glasses are designed in the shape of an angular animal's horn or cornucopia, one piece in wood acts as the stand and the smaller one in metal acts as the drinking vessel portion.
Chitter Chatter, It's Girls' Night Out: Seven Years Series
The collage consists of purples, yellows, reds, and blue-green. A large black and yellow checkerboard pattern predominates the right half of the piece. The background is purple with some vertical poles in a blue turquoise color. Some long pink shapes encircle the checkerboard area and divide the composition.
Walking on Eggshells
The collage artwork depicts a foreground in pink and a background in red. Rectangular, square and triangular containers sit at various angles in the foreground. The interiors of the container shapes are in colors differing from the exteriors. A vertical cordial glass sits atop a yellow pedestal. This cordial glass shape can be seen in this artist's three-dimensional works as well.
Let's Spend Some Time Together, Number 2
This collage features extreme perspective with the piers in yellow and orange moving from the center foreground straight to the horizon line depicted by the blue background meeting the black sky. In the left background area are several green geometric shapes that resemble buildings. A pink orb with a hole in the center floats in the left sky area while a purple one floats in the right hand portion of the sky area. Piercing each of these is a long hollow spear that spills tiny black, blue, white, gray and green circles into the foreground.
Do Ya Wanna Dance?
The foreground is pink and the sky a darker pinkish red. In the foreground is a green table like form and leading to it is a pink and purple striped pathway leading from a blue platform. A yellow and orange cordial glass appears to be dancing with a purple cordial glass. These forms can be seen in this artist's three-dimensional works. Here the glasses appear particularly active. Three green cordial glass shapes are placed on the blue platform and one on the striped walkway. Several small geometric shapes float in the upper right portion of the artwork.
Only Time Will Tell, Number 5
This collage appears to depict a pier upon which sit several geometric shapes in reds, blues, pinks and oranges. Also depicted is an orange and yellow spear piercing a triangular orange shape.
It's Not Always Black and White
The geometric black, white and gray collage appears to depict a person afloat in the middle of a body of water. However, a shape like this artist has used before for a cordial glass sits atop a set of three steps in the foreground and receding into the distance are planks ranging from white to black. There are some cutouts in the platform that appear to be traps for the seated figure.
It's Not Always Black and White
A two-part shape that resembles this artist's three-dimensional cordial glasses stands in an interior into the floor of which is a rectangular cut out. Into this recess in the floor falls two small triangular shapes. Two windows are on the walls of the interior while a square shape is cut out of the ceiling. The artwork is made up of white, purplish grays and black.
Asteroids and Asterisks Warped and Trapped by Red Yellow and Gray Gestures
The horizontal painting consists of two red backgrounds that have been decorated with a scratched into the surface grid pattern. Dancing across the surface are seven vertical gray swaths and two thick yellow paint drips running from the top edge of the painting.
Action Pattern, Number 2
The drawing consists of a grid pattern drawn in graphite and India ink splattered across the surface.
Backward N Come Together Edges
The square blue painting's surface is covered with a scratched into the surface grid pattern and across the uppermost surface is a backward N shape in a bright orange color.
Bean Tree Pod Rockets Measured and Marked
The drawing consists of a grid drawn in graphite with each corner marked by cross marks. Foiling this pattern is a series of marks created from bean pods that had been dipped in ink and slapped across the surface of the paper.
Curved Edges and Grid
This square painting consists of two yellow sections with grid patterns and texture. Across the surface is a rough swath of purple which reveals the scratched and grid pattern texture of the underlying layer.
Cycling Round the Geometric Sky
The horizontal painting is divided into colorful geometric shapes. Across the bottom edge are five large and dark comma shapes and across the top edge are small similar marks.
Different Orders, Number 4
The horizontal painting is divided into two large and one narrow sections. Each are decorated with grid patterns and connecting the two larger vertical sections is a large white X.
Different Orders, Number 6
The horizontal painting is divided into three basic geometric shapes. Each is decorated with a grid pattern and across the yellow section is a large black swath of paint in a vertical comma shape.
Different Orders, Number 8
The horizontal painting consists of several geometric shapes in blues and oranges. Across the surface is a large yellow green swath arcing across the canvas.
Faux Blue and Pink Diamond Squares Speed West Eastward
The horizontal painting is divided into several divisions. Grid patterns in various incarnations cover the surface and foiling this are two horizontal dark drips of thick paint.