"Rooted" Gallery Exhibition Runs Through November 22, 2013
Nature and environment as inspiration is a very prevalent theme in Contemporary Art, especially when it comes to sculpture, which has an inherently direct relationship to space and surroundings. This is true in the local sculpture scene, as well.
"Rooted" is an exhibition that will showcase Indianapolis sculptors' work in this theme.
The sculpture-only show will display how these artists address themes of nature and human interaction to landscape and environment, seeking to connect human activity within nature. Be it through the use of found objects, natural mediums or organic forms, or applying concepts that address nature's presence in contemporary life, place and local environment, artists are inspired by how we as humans relate to nature and use it/exist in it.
All the artists are Indianapolis-based in order to show what is going on in the field of sculpture locally; therefore the work is "Rooted" in our very own landscape of Midwestern existence.
Artists include Lesley Baker, Julie Ball, Emily Budd, Susanna Hoone, David Kleeman, Lauren Kussro, Cheryl Anne Lorance, and Kipp Normand.
WHAT: "Rooted" Art Exhibition
WHERE: The Raymond James Stutz Art Gallery, 212 W. 10th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
WHEN: First Friday Reception on November 1, 5-9pm during IDADA First Friday
Exhibition is open to the public from October 4 - November 22, Monday through Friday, from 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. or by appointment.
COST: Free and open to the public
ADDITIONAL INFO: (317) 503-6420
MEDIA CONTACT: Ginny Taylor Rosner, Co-Director of the Raymond James Stutz Art Gallery
stutzartgallery [at] gmail [dot] com
David Kleeman's work, "Pathfinder."