Liz Collins - Conduition
Liz Collins' exhibition, Conduition is an iteration of her dynamic visual language, one in which she explores new materials, hybridizes design with sculptural objects, and experiments with scale. Through Collins' use of texture, material, and vibrant color, she generates evocative flows, fields, and vibrations. Her formal and conceptual elements suggest how liquid landscapes function as energy conduits across a variety of two-dimensional and three-dimensional works. Among the works on view is a twenty-foot long jacquard woven landscape based on ancient story scrolls, in which a continuous narrative is told across one expansive piece. In addition, Collins' exhibition includes a variety of sculptures made of glass and found objects, and textile paintings made from stretched woven fabrics.
Opening on Wednesday, September 5th from 6-8 pm.
Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday from 11-6 pm