Head in the Clouds evokes a brain, bean, or embryo to embody the collaboration between Resident Artists (Emily Teall, Francisco Mandujano, and Remy Sosa) and to celebrate the birth of The Norwalk Art Space. We began with elements from each of our personal art practices, then allowed the piece to lead us to new forms of expression. The glowing brain shape reflects our brainstorm. We reference gestational symbols to celebrate new beginnings and the potential of our new space. Tendrils, or perhaps neurons, reach out to the viewers.