Landscape: Structural, Ethereal

Galley exhibit running January 14 - February 22, 2013, in the Raymond James Stutz Arts Gallery

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Branch Weaver, a digital image by Wug Laku
"Branch Weaver," a digital image by Wug Laku


"Landscape: Structural, Ethereal" is a three person show opening January 14 in the Raymond James Stutz Arts Gallery. This group exhibition explores how man interacts with nature and includes the works of artists Ginny Taylor Rosner, Marna Shopoff, and Wug Laku.

Join the artists for an opening reception and artists' talk on Thursday, January 17, from 5-8 pm. The artists' talk is scheduled to begin at 6:30.

A second "First Friday" reception will be held on Friday, February 1, from 5-9 pm.

The artists are interested in actual or implied movement, compositional ties to layering and depicting space, the response to or suggestion of architectural forms within the landscape, and ultimately responding to the world around them.

Ginny Taylor Rosner's photographic collection features the wind turbine farms of northern Indiana. She explores the connection of the structures to the land and how that relationship is transformed through the introduction of movement.

Wug Laku's photographic works explore the interplay of grapevines, tree trunks, branches, and foliage, the fractal patterns they create, and how the resulting structures might seem to influence human thought and behavior.

Marna Shopoff's oil on canvas paintings use an abstraction of architecture as a way to examine and question life. Shopoff aims to demystify, deconstruct, and revisit various events to gain a deeper personal insight and understanding of the built world surrounding us.

WHAT: "Landscape: Structural, Ethereal" Gallery Exhibition

WHEN: Exhibit opening reception - Thursday, January 17, 2013, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Artists' Talk - 6:30 p.m. January 17.
First Friday reception - Friday, February 1, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Gallery is open Monday through Friday from 1p.m. to 5 p.m. from January 14 to February 22, and by appointment.

WHERE: Raymond James Stutz Arts Gallery, 212 W. 10th St., Indianapolis Please enter from Capitol Avenue or 10th street via Bearcat Alley.

COST: Admission is free