The first art show of the year in Kittredge Gallery features work by two artists, Clarissa Sligh and Fumiko Kimura.
Sligh creates mixed media experiences on hate, safety, and belonging in the modern U.S. Clarissa will come to campus Sep. 5–7 for a variety of workshops and talks in addition to her shows in Kittredge Gallery and Collins Library.
Kimura’s sumi paintings range in scale from intimate to installation. Her works are based on Asian-influenced brush calligraphy and include paintings of landscapes, flowers, insects, and birds as well as mixed media collages based on experimental approach. These works relate to her experience as biochemist and over fifty years as visual artist. Kimura will give an Artist Talk in the gallery Wednesday, Sept. 13th.
Kittredge Gallery hours: Mon.–Fri., 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Sat., noon–5 p.m.