When encountering Bill Ramage standing in front of his enormous 9-by-43-foot Rutland drawing/sculpture in the Rutland Opera House, it’s hard not to think that he possesses some magical qualities to be able to pull off such a feat. He is using a unique way of seeing, centripetal perspective, as opposed to the more common linear perspective, to create large installations that include the viewer. Ramage has spent years exploring this unique visual theory through 8-foot-high drawings of faces, and enormous drawing and photo-sculpture installations.
Ramage is one of the strongest local forces for connecting art to community. His name is […]