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Opening Reception: June 7th, 2024 from 5 to 8pm

Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm

"Liminal Spaces: Art and the Environment" is a group exhibition featuring local and national artists who are using book, paper and print to explore the relationship between themselves and the environment. Liminal Space refers to an uncertain transitional period. When artists look at the boundaries between art and environment, it becomes uncertain and fuzzy. Inspired by the world around them, these artists reflect on the social, political and physical effects humankind has on the environment. 

Join us on Friday, June 7th from 5-8pm for the opening reception of “Liminal Spaces”. This exhibition is on view from June 7th- July 27th.

Participating Artists:

Ian Welch, Erin K. Schmidt, Robin Jourdan, Suzanne Glémot, Felicity Gunn, Christine Mauersberger, Anna Chapman, Susanna Harris, Jaz Graf, Lori Kella

Featured Artwork: "Here Come the Rome Plows (2nd State)” by Ian Welch

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