Type: Art Exhibit
This Event: May be of interest to the LGBTQ community
Allan Servoss and Rick Hintze: New Work
Allan Servoss has chosen colored pencil and casein as his preferred media to depict the quiet serene landscapes of the driftless area. His work is wholly from his imagination but based in his awareness of the region, lending a familiar aura to these illusory landscapes. We have paired Servoss with the graceful ceramics of Rick Hintze, whose work invites us to be contemplative. Using clean lined forms and subtle surfaces achieved through carved line work and textural ocher slips sprayed over the exteriors of the pots as well as glazes that pool within the surface markings. These two artists share an affinity in atmosphere and tone as well as an exacting craftsmanship.
Anthropomorphism: Group show
Imbuing human attributes upon entities which are non-human, be it animals, or objects is a device that has been used in art and literature throughout history. This group show will feature work which focuses on this enduring theme. Participating artists included: Tom Bartel, Randall Berndt, Jessica Calderwood, Audrey Christie, Stephanie Craig, Karen Halt, Mary Hood, Kelli Hoppmann, Ali Kauss, Don Kauss, S.V. Medaris, Wendy Olson, and Charles Munch.
Free and open to the public.