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group exhibition

‚ÄčThe Idiosyncratic Pencil
Jan 24 - Feb 24
Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery
Presbyterian College
503 South Broad Street
Clinton, South Carolina 29325

About the exhibition: "The Idiosyncratic Pencil is an experimental group exhibition inspired by both the Fluxus art movement of the 1960s and William Henry Fox Talbot’s groundbreaking 1844 The Pencil of Nature, each a radical break from past methods of art production..."

group exhibition Post-Earth, curated by Sophia Sobers

Curated by Sophia Sobers, POST-EARTH focuses on artists working with concepts of nature, structure, and meaning in a new political climate.
The trends of proposed 2018 governmental budget cuts to such agencies as the National Parks Organization, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the Environmental Protection Agency poses the question of what value does nature and the environment now hold in the modern world, especially as the very scientific structures and data created to protect and monitor the land is now under question?
The artists in POST-EARTH are working in a range of disciplines from drawing, sculpture, mixed media, to site specific installations. Their work explores our existence in the world, the physical structures we create to work with the land and our infrastructure, and their understanding and observations of the natural world.
Exhibiting artists are Katrina Bello, Cybele Collins, Lauren Comito, Dominique Duroseau, Alexis Elton, Dena Haden, Duy Hoàng, Delanie Jenkins, and Steven Pestana

group exhibition

large drawing titled Eagle Rock Fall from 2016 is part of this exhibit

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