Spring 2013 Exhibitions: Lee Haner, Painting Borges, and Saturation Point (Updated 10/11/13)
Lee Haner: Mischief April 6 through May 26, 2013. Recent mixed-media works by a reclusive master. Balanced between representation and abstraction, painting and sculpture, the exhibition is inspired by the land and first peoples of the American Southwest.
Painting Borges: Art Interpreting Literature April 6 through May 26, 2013. Argentinean Jorge Luis Borges is one of the most prominent and profoundly philosophical literary figures of the twentieth century. Sixteen visual artists interpret twelve stories by Borges, organized according to three topics: identity and memory, freedom and destiny, and faith and divinity. Exhibition cosponsored by the Department of Philosophy and Religion.
Painting Borges: Art Interpreting Literature is organized by the University at Buffalo Samuel P. Capen Chair and UB Galleries, Buffalo, New York and curated by Jorge J. E. Gracia.
Saturation Point: Nudashank Presents Jordan Bernier, David Armacost, Jamie Felton, and Alex Da Corte April 6 through May 26, 2013 Nudashank is an artist-run, commercial gallery in downtown Baltimore that features Baltimore artists alongside artists from other cities to broaden the dialog in the Baltimore art community. Curated by Alex Ebstein and Seth Adelsberger, the exhibition brings together four artists who explore the idea of saturation.
Admission is free.
Image: Lee Haner Anasazi Ashes, 2012 36 x 36 inches Acrylic on wood panel