"Fay Jones architecture begins in order and ends in mystery. His role can perhaps best be understood as a mediator, a human consciousness that has arisen from the Arkansas soil and scoured the cosmos, then spoken throughout the voices of stone and wood, glass and steel. Art, philosophy, craft, and human aspiration coalesce in his masterworks, transformed from acts of will into harmonies: Jones lets space sing."
So writes Robert Adams Ivy, Jr. in the exhibit essay, a magnificent retrospective of the life and work of the disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright. "Outside the Pale" was on exhibit between June 1999 and May 2000 and served as the basis for a book by the University of Arkansas Press. The exhibit is now available in a condensed form for use by schools, libraries, and local museums throughout Arkansas. Fay Jones died on August 31, 2004.
Specifications: Contained with six crates, Minimum requirement of 960 square feet of exhibition space, Includes 3 double-sided panels that are arranged by topic: (1) Intro, History, Photograph of Fay Jones, (2) Design, and (3) Organic