W. Tucker's intuitive painting graces found items at Tayloe Piggott
May 13, 2020 - Gabe Allen, Jackson Hole News & Guide
If you came across W. Tucker’s work “open / fragile” on the side of the street you might wonder if a child with a marker had defaced an old cardboard gift container.
But, like a great album, the beauty of the work is not fully realized until it is seen as a part of a greater whole.
In Tucker’s exhibition, “Heads in the Mountains,” recurring motifs — heads, blobby figures, boats and animals — populate the pages of old ledger books, used watch boxes, worn antique book covers and recycled plywood. The sparse poetry of each title instills weight and mystery into the highly intuitive works.Read More >>