“Spaced Out at Home,” features 50 years of work by Forrest “Frosty” Myers.
“Having this show at the DVAA is perfect,” says Frosty Myers. “It coincides with the 50th anniversary of my artwork, ‘The Moon Museum’ [first art on the moon, 1969]. Also, in this show is my video piece ‘Two Million Colors and Their Opposites’ an artwork that took over 30 years to realize.”
The show will also feature Myers’ classic piece “Couch Potato” that blurs lines between furniture and sculpture, which was done so attendees can get comfortable and watch the video. Thus the title, “Spaced out at Home.” A pink and orange day-glow chair with a like-minded painting rounds out this show. Further ruminating on his DVAA exhibition, Myers adds, “Wow, I love this gallery. It is close enough to my house that I can go home and take a nap!”
Myers was born in Long Beach, CA and moved to New York City in 1961. He has lived in Damascus, PA since 1988 where he and his wife and Debra Arch Myers run a ten-acre sculpture garden open to the public on the Delaware River.
The activities of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance are made possible in part by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support from the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.