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Thursday, November 19, 2015

The Same but Different: Creative Morphology opens at Mclean

McLEAN PROJECT FOR THE ARTS 
November 21 – December 23, 2015
Reception and Gallery Talk December 3, 7 – 9 pm 

 The Same but Different: Creative Morphology 
Emerson Gallery

This curated exhibition features works by artists who make use of the processes of observing, sorting and classifying as a prelude to creating shape, structure and color. The exhibit will high-light the inherent conceptual and procedural similarities between scientific and artistic pro-cesses. Works by Susan Eder and Craig Dennis, Laurel Lukaszewski, Richard Dana, and Tom Green are included. 

Wanderer: The Travel Journals, Works by Maria Karametou 
Atrium Gallery
McLean Art Society Juried Exhibition
Ramp Gallery
 Wanderer: The Travel Journals, Works by Maria Karametou
Atrium Gallery
These mixed media works are based on visual observations the artist has collected while wandering in different parts of the world. Karametou has saved these visual glimpses as a way of synthesizing and interpreting her experiences, encasing them in small plastic sleeves, like an archival photographic display. Hung together with artist made books and other works, they present an open-ended story with both personal and universal impact.


McLEAN PROJECT FOR THE ARTS AT THE McLEAN COMMUNITY CENTER 

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