Impermanent Lands & eco-ART
The Art of Human Interaction with the Environment
May 2 – June 25, 2018
Artist Reception: May 18, 2018 5:30-7:30
The Art Center HIghland Park (TAC) will exhibit 2 concurrent shows, focusing on how human interaction affects the environment. The goal is to create awareness, build dialogue, and help to change specific behaviors that may negatively hurt our natural systems. The work may include an element of recycling, reusing, and reclaiming; shedding light on the environmental problems we face in today’s world, with an emphasis on bringing about change in attitudes and awareness.
Impermanent Lands is a dual exhibit of artists Nicole Gordon & Jennifer Presant. Their large scale paintings take a surreal, dream-like look at the tension between the artificial and real and inside and outside, forcing the viewer to confront the world we live in.
Jurors: eco-activist Wendy Abrams and eco-artists Nicole Gordon & Jennifer Presant
Nelson W Armour, sandra Bacon, Ina Beierle, Ellen Campbell, Salvador Campos, Eco-Art LA (SCWCA) Collective, Dana De Ano, Doug DeWitt, Alyse Gamson, Susan Hall, Leah Hamel, Jeff Heaton, Jeanine Hill-Soldner, Deborah Hirshfield, Pearl Hirshfield, Catherine Jacobi, Lynne Jones, Kim Laurel, Gabriela Leyva, Grace Mattingly, Andrew Maxedon, Maggie Meiners, Bryan Northup, Darren Oberto, Kasia Ozga, john paterson, Sawyer Rose, Ann Rosen, Beth Shadur, Ruth G. Sikes, Cheryl Steiger, Mindy Tiberi, Elizabeth van den Akker, Amanda VanValkenburg, Juliane von Kunhardt, Jonathan Ware