Anticipare -commissioned by the State of Nebraska (University of Nebraska Omaha)
Intervallum-commissioned by the State of Nebraska (University of NE Omaha)
Possibility Dragon - for Mayor Schaaf w Lowney Arch. Oakland, CA
"Portrait of Oshun" and "Blesses" for Agapolis in Portola Valley, CA
Dogfight - Permanent installation for the Corsair Building, New Haven CT
Star Sailor - Onizuka Crossing, Sunnyvale, CA
Phases - Installation and Solo Exhibition with Art Works Downtown.  San Rafael, CA
Knot Language - Installation at the Sausalito Library.  Sausalito, CA
Into the Valley of Heart's Delight - Stamford, CT
Brooklyn Ivy - Northside Piers, Williamsburg, NYC
Daydreaming in the Valley of Heart'sDelight Pt 2 - Ridgewood Times, Queens

© 2020 Raylene Gorum

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Intervallum by Raylene Gorum

Intervallum breaks down an octave into colorful intervals. The rhythm of the colored patterns lends motion and interpretations to the piece, allowing background colors to migrate through the piece, like companion tones in music. An interval is simply described as “the difference in pitch between two musical sounds” but originates from the Latin “intervallum” - the space between ramparts. This piece also spans the spatial chasm in the hallway with a portion installed along the glass wall above.

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