09/06/2019 - 10:00 AM
09/28/2019 - 2:00 PM
Collective Extravaganza: Defying Aesthetic Forms and Abstract Topography
by Nathan Motsinger
Nathan Motsinger is becoming a well-known artist in both the St. Louis area and in the state of Colorado. He is recognized the most for his brave use of color and his ability to push and pull spatial areas. Nathan uses his abstract eye to create a different dimensional feel of topographical maps and mountainous scenes. All the works in this solo show have a relationship with one another. Similarly to humans and nature, perspectives change once you get a closer look. Many of the pieces display a large scale perspective while other pieces magnify those exceptional moments people experience. Try to find the connections within each piece and how they relate to the surrounding pieces. Where do your connections reside?
“Possibilities” by Sheila Anderson
Current work of local artist, Sheila Anderson, is all about possibilities. Inspired by thrift store finds and trinkets of bygone eras, Sheila aims to explore the relationship of the realized potential of the old to the unrealized potential of the clay. Born out of this dynamic is the possibility to change how we view things, both past and future, whether in our control or not. This exhibit will feature both functional and non-functional ceramics.