Apr 4-27 Sheri Bakes: LANDSCAPES. Bakes depicts places that exist between reality and the imagined; clouds of constellations hover in front of trees, landscapes appear and disappear, amorphous silhouettes blend the spaces within each canvas until foreground and background are one in the same. What emerges is a symphonic expression, with colors and forms moving in and out of focus with beautiful ease.
May 2-25 Andre Petterson: RANDOM BY DESIGN. In a society saturated by an excess of objects, it is hard to escape the constant presence of the discarded. Below the surface of what appears to be ordered exists a mess of cast-offs. These remnants are something we barely notice, their existence ordinary. However, it is in these ordinary moments, in these unplanned structures of cast-off materials, that artist Andre Petterson has found inspiration for his newest body of work.
A focus on contemporary paintings, photography, sculpture and glass from some of the most recognized artists in the US and Canada.
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