Art Exhibit- Sensing Space: Contemporary Interpretations of the Landscape

“Forest Fires” by Leah Wolff
“Better” by Matthew Cox
The Ann Street Gallery is pleased to present a new exhibit, Sensing Space: Contemporary Interpretations of the Landscape, with an Artist Reception on Saturday, May 1 from 6 to 9 PM.

In this exhibit, seven different artists explore the relationship between our physical environment and the creative and psychological reactions to the natural landscape. The works in Sensing Space range from the imaginative to the fantastic, all expressing the idea that the landscape does not have to be about any particular physical location. Rather, we see works that are not so much about the visual representation of the landscape as subject matter, as they are about investigating the concept of landscape environments through individual interpretations. This may include the analyzing of an experience or even a memory. Using the notion of landscape and geography, spaces are transformed into environments that shape ways we interact with nature, as well as the artists expressing their own subjective responses to the environments they observe.  


Artists featured in the exhibit include: Gail Biederman, Robmat Butler, Matthew Cox, Chad Curtis, Barron Hall, Tricia McLaughlin, and Leah Wolff. 


The exhibition runs through Saturday, May 29. The gallery hours are Monday through Thursday 9 AM to 5 PM, and Friday through Saturday 11 AM to 5 PM.