The exhibition came down on the 13th, so it is no longer up for viewing. But here are a few of the artworks.
This first artwork is a sculpture by David Anderson. It is interesting how the piece relates to the wall and floor and is not free standing as many sculptures are. From his artist statement, Anderson writes, "Hung on the wall and from the ceiling, defying their pedestal, the firm ground below."
Next is True North by James McKain. This is a small piece with intense color. McKain writes, "In this body of work I have created my own visual language by using metaphorical imagery to express the arduous task of navigating through times of trial and tribulation."
This last artwork is Mother by Kimberly Owens. This is a collage of photos and I thought her idea behind the piece was very interesting. Owens writes, "In this body of work I wanted to create a visual journal that highlights the life of my mother through place and objects. My mother passed away over 5 years ago. The objects she left behind connect me to her memory."