Our world is under constant change. One human tendency, however, is a short sightedness of the severity of this change. Both environmentally and socially, we see the world through the eyes of a single generation. While we reminisce of the “good old days”, pass down family knowledge and tradition, the majority of us only really see what’s right in front of us. Our baseline for “normal” has shifted to our current viewpoint.
Artists have been asked to submit work about the world, then and now, wildlife, plants and our human population that reflects on personal, cultural and/or environmental change – what was, what is, and what could be.
Exhibit curators: Dan Brown/Jennifer Molesworth/Michael Azzano
Also showing in the Loovre: Methow Arts’ 6th grade Student Collage and Poetry Exhibit. CLICK HERE to read about the artist residency.
(Feeling the Forest by Terra Holcomb)
DATE: Exhibit, April 18-May 23; Opening Reception Sat, Apr 18, 4-8pm. LOCATION/CONTACT: Confluence Gallery, Twisp, 509.997.2787, www.confluencegallery.com