Curated by Nancy Thayer, this exhibition will express the importance, impact, spiritual implications and significance of land as it touches and permeates the human experience. The work is not site specific, but refers to individual permeations. The artists have included universal features of earthly forms that correspond to niches of our internal worlds. Rather than being "about nature," the work can be characterized as being focused on ideas about nature. The works in the exhibition will include elements of painting, drawing, lithographic prints, film, sculpture and installation.“This exhibit is truly exceptional and we are thrilled to showcase the work of these fine artists,” said Annie VanGelderen, President & CEO of the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center. “In a nice juxtaposition, we’ll also have the annual exhibit of the best of the best BBAC adult students, a tremendous opportunity for anyone to see what they might learn here!”
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