August 1-25, 2019
Reception and Award Ceremony: Saturday, August 17, 3-5pm
Winning entries range from artist books to paper dolls to woodcut prints. As Talasek says, “The work in this exhibit represents a wide range of creative engagement with materials and technology, both traditional and new.” The works address matters ranging from migration issues to gender and identity. “Fresh unique views of nature are represented that are simultaneously poetic and challenging,” he notes. “Other artists help us imagine space differently through abstraction and color that attempts to expand on the notion of beauty and emotion.
A catalog of the exhibition is available in hard copy or pdf format and can be previewed and