We’ll forgive you if you’ve forgotten the definition of “euphotic zone” from your high-school science days—it’s the part of the ocean with enough light for aquatic plants and animals to thrive—but after this show, you’ll have no excuse. The solo exhibition by Native American sculptor Courtney M. Leonard was inspired by the more luminous area of the ocean, in particular its extreme vulnerability to waste runoff. The pieces in the show are made with clay, which the artist sees as just as fragile as the earth’s changing marine environment.
—Photo courtesy of Tilly Badham
- Arts and Exhibits
- Jan 26, 2018 to Mar 02, 2018