An event every day that begins at 6:30 pm, repeating until November 12, 2016
REALM OF MEMORY
Memories of nature, place, and light
deconstructed, reconstructed, and transformed
into paintings and sculptures.
Curators often employ juxtaposition as an element when arranging art. At first glance pairing the work of landscape painter Eugene Horne with sculptor Gena Grant might seem evidence of such a technique. Horne’s work seeks to capture light in a specific space and time. Where as the shadows created by Grant’s sculptures captivate the viewer. Horne works from a drawing plotted out in charcoal while Grant dissects a ready made item and redevelops it into a new form that evolves as she progresses.
But upon closer examination viewers start to feel the connections to nature that both artists share. Both rely heavily on memory. Memories are revisited and related back through lines, color, and form.
Artist Reception with refreshments: Saturday 11/12, 5-8pm
Preview and Gallery Talk: 11/9, 6:30-7:30pm