Ephemeral Nature

May 1, 2016 — July 24, 2016

Wendy McAllister

Amplus (Brooch)

vitreous enamel, copper, oxidized sterling silver
Photo: Victor Wolansky.

Alexandra Lozier

Radialities III

20013 ammonite, black tourmaline, pyrite, oxidized sterling silver
Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Ron Boszko.

Chris Roberts-Antieau

Flowers and Stars

Fabric Applique; 29”x33”

Lucy Dierks

Bridge Vase with Nut Hatch

Courtesy of the artist.

ARTspace at The Shops at Woodlake and at the Arts Center

Our world is ever changing, and while the four artists featured in this exhibition embrace life’s impermanence, their work strives to preserve the fleeting moments of nature’s exuberance. Whether using fabric, ceramic, metal, or organic material, these artists capture joy, beauty, and harmony in their work. The results are objects of curiosity that pull the viewer in to discover the intimate and intricate nature of each piece.

Experience the hand-sewn “fabric paintings” of Chris Roberts-Antieau (LA); half collage, half applique, her technique and process are entirely self-taught. Delight in the unconventional found-object, mixed-media jewelry of Alexandra Lozier (NY). And revel in the vibrant textures and colors of the enamel jewelry of Wendy McAllister (MD) and the ceramic vessels of Lucy Dierks (NC).

Visit both ARTspace shops at The Shops at Woodlake and at the Arts Center to view the complete exhibition. All works are available for purchase. Arts Center members receive a 10% discount.