Artist's statement: "Play and perception are integral to my current hand-pulled screenprints. Illusory and real configurations suggest folding, bending, and turning of two-dimensional planes. These abstractions are created with considerations of light, space, and color as well as the contingency of geometric visual elements."
Sept. 3–Oct. 18, 2019
As a "word person" and a vessel maker, Lois Harbaugh braids together themes of written and spoken communication with the form-language of vessels. Come see the arc of this 20-year experiment of word and form in Vessel.
Exhibit is open Sept. 3–Oct. 18.
Registration is required for this event; details will be posted soon.
Collins Memorial Library, in collaboration with Puget Sound Book Artists, is pleased to sponsor a one-day Symposium associated with the All Stitched Up exhibition. This one-day event will focus on the creative process and feature a number of artists represented in the show.
Liss La Fleur, assistant professor of New Media Art at the University of North Texas, will exhibit her work in the Kittredge Gallery and work with students.
March 9–11, 2020