Sense of Place
Sense of Place is a non-traditional landscape exhibition that considers our relationship to place. These works conjure more of an aura than an illustration of a particular location. Through painting, textiles, video, and photography, they explore the interconnectedness of earth, water, and air. They question our responsibilities to and our place within the landscapes we inhabit. They document, dissect, imagine, and tend to these spaces. Sponsored by the Jerome M. Kobacker Foundation.
Curated by Erika Diamond.
Read Howard Halle’s review, Chautauquan Daily, July 14, 2023
Read Julia Weber’s article, Chautauquan Daily, July 20, 2023
June 25 - July 23
Strohl Art Center | Main Galleries | Opening reception June 25, 3-5pm