|?Perceptions,? a bronze sculpture by Shirley Moss, and other works are on display through May 31 at the ?Figuratively Speaking? exhibit at the Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center.|
Award-wining American Sculptor Shirley Moss, who has pieces in the permanent collections of places such as the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Ohio and the DuSable Museum of African American History in Illinois, has come to Pomona to share her work in a solo show. The Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center is presenting ?Figuratively Speaking,? a selection of works by Moss, through May 31.
?Figuratively Speaking? is an exhibit of Moss? bronze and glass sculpture work. Moss' pieces explore issues of identity and a range of emotions?from introspective to empowering, and even whimsical. Moss? work is at once delicate and powerful, moving and playful. The scope of her work encompasses abstract, figurative, tabletop, and commissioned public art. She continues to explore new concepts, techniques and materials in an effort to keep her presentations fresh and original but still keeping a firm grasp on traditional techniques.
The exhibit is open to the public and free of charge.
The Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center is located at 300 W. Second St. in the Pomona Arts Colony. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, noon to 6 p.m. For more information on the Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center or the ?Figuratively Speaking? exhibit, call Cybele Garcia at (909) 469-0080.