Living amid nature challenges us, but art can help us reconnect to that environment. The four artists featured in this exhibit—all from Central and South America—collaborated to help us re-establish personal connections to the natural world. Fri 6-9 p.m.
Quilting meets printmaking and photography in this new exhibit. Local artists Sue Crosby Doyle and Katie Fowler explore the elusive concept of memory through a juxtaposition of Fowler's brightly colored layers of quilted dreamscapes with Doyle’s Cubist printmaking and painting. Together these pieces plumb the mystery of memory; what it means to remember, and forget.
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