- Wire, fishing line, wood, glues, tape, fabric, acrylic, metal, other things
- 15" x 13" x 5"
"A kind of compass, or tool to change direction, prompted by seeing a rabbit on the path, jumping in the opposite direction of the wind blowing spanish moss: the moment representing a kind of righting or rightness that balanced the world momentarily. Said another way, a rabbit jumped against the wind and made me cry."
- Jamey Hart
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Jamey Hart (b.1992, Erie, PA) is an artist currently living and working outside of Boston, MA. His practice focuses on casting everyday experiences into the shadow of discrete objects. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Cleveland Institute of Art in 2014 and his Masters in Fine Arts in Painting from the University of Houston in 2021. His work has been included in publications such as New American Paintings, Reciprocal Magazine, ArtMaze Magazine, and Lula Japan. Selected solo exhibitions include “Mere” at Gray Contemporary in Houston, TX, “And” at Automat Gallery in Philadelphia, PA, and “Slow Pace Time” at Front Gallery in Houston, TX. His practice has earned institutional support and recognition from Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Houston Arts Alliance, The Hopper Prize, Vermont Studio Center, and Fieldworks Marfa.