Work is on view at university's Center for the Arts Gallery
Exuberant Pattern features the work of five artists who explore pattern in exciting and inventive ways. Astrid Bowlby produces black-and-white drawing installations that are sculptural and which interpret and exaggerate decorative patterns. Huguette Caland demonstrates a love of color and pattern that is informed by her Lebanese heritage as well as her years living in Paris. Caroline Lathan-Stiefel creates architectural installations out of pipe cleaners and other re-purposed items of the post-industrial, commercial, global economy. MICA faculty Piper Shepard creates lace patterns in large pieces of fabric by hand-cutting patterns in lengths of muslin. Merle Temkin creates paintings and collages using the print of her left index finger to explore issues of identity.
- LOCATION: Towson University's Center for the Arts Gallery
- ON VIEW: Friday, Oct. 9,-Saturday, Nov. 7
- RECEPTION: Thursday, Oct. 8, 7:30-9 p.m.
- LECTURE: Thursday, Nov. 19, 6:30 p.m.
Lecture by Caroline Lathan-Stiefel · Center for the Arts, Room 2032
- GALLERY HOURS: Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Information: 410-704-2808 · www.towson.edu/artscalendar