Beer Hall tapestries by local artist Craig Gillooly
Craig Gillooly was recently awakened when an unnamed explorer (now missing) saw a hand with a carbon rod poking out of the thawing alpine permafrost of Sanford. This reawakening, or reckoning as Gillooly calls it, largely went unnoticed until Team Hugger Mugger discovered Craig's highly developed style of cave paintings.
When it comes to the Gillooly paintings there is no skull and bones to mark the spot. The works owe no responsibility of explanation to the viewer. Symbols create portals for the consciousness and the unconsciousness of the self to travel together through keyholes of locked doors. The viewer must use their own history to decipher the paintings.
Curious parties need to contact the artist directly at firstname.lastname@example.org