Feb09

Katja Loher’s “Beeplanet”: Is Nature A Good Friend of Yours?

  Katja Loher, a Swiss-born, New York-based artist, invites us to a kaleidoscopic, existential world composed of hybrid ecosystems. Loher’s exhibition Beeplanet at Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center for the Arts situates us in an ambiguous world of outward observation and inner reflection. It opens up a space of contemplation, gives us a glimpse of various ecosystems and allows us to confront philosophical questions about our...

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Jul09

Nature’s Geometry Explored in Katherine Sandoz’s “Tahoe Hybrids”

  Tahoe Hybrids by Katherine Sandoz depicts picturesque landscapes from Lake Tahoe, California. Sandoz’s works in this exhibition are, as the title suggests, hybrids: of natural elements, color palettes, emotional brushstrokes, and interchangeable natural scenarios.  The exhibit showcases twelve art works in total. The left wall of the gallery displays a large canvas mural entitled “Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe” painted with...

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May25

“I Will Live On” explores the mortality of our memories

  Kristen Crouch’s senior solo show I Will Live On opened on Friday, May 23rd at Ashmore Gallery, inviting visitors to venture into the materialization of her inner world and honor the memory of Joshua Crouch, the artist’s deceased brother.   Entering the industrial gallery space, viewers first encounter a small table displaying Crouch’s family photos, postcards advertising her works, a notebook for visitors to write...

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