Gail Wight's "J'ai des papillons noirs tous les jours" is on display as part of the new Clay Center art exhibit opening Saturday.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The Clay Center's new art exhibit, "All the Time in the World," opens Saturday with a free reception from 6 to 8 p.m. The show features traditional media, interactive installations, HD LCD monitors masked as paintings that incorporate green screen technology and more.It showcases work by New Mexico's Mary Tsiongas, an electronic media professor who explores the impact of humans on nature, and Gail Wight, a Stanford University art professor who investigates the history of science in her work. Her piece "J'ai des papillons noirs tous les jours" (pictured) is made of silk, paper, plexiglas, lights, electronics and 2800 bug pinsThe exhibit will be on display through August 4. After the free opening, entry is $6 children and $7.50 adults. Visit www.theclaycenter.org or call 304-561-3570.