Excerpts from Imaginary Landscapes opening Oct 3
An exhibition by artists Casey Whitier and Karin Davis
Born from memory, desire, and imagination, the pieces in this exhibition
speak about the physical and psychological relationships between
landscape, place, and humanity. Working in a variety of media, both
artists use the vocabulary of nature to explore ideas about mortality,
vitality, and beauty. With fragile ceramic plant forms, Whittier creates
installations that transport viewers to places somewhere between time and
memory. Addressing viewers on a sensory level, Davis sculpts abstract
forms that gently remind us of our own natural state. Together, their
artwork spans the familiar to the strange, the vivid to the ephemeral, and
the awkward to the elegant.
Runs from Oct 3 thru Oct 25
Opening Reception: Friday Oct 3, 6-9pm
Vulpes Bastille is now open on Saturdays 12-5pm.