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Jaime Guerrero: Dendrolatry
For this site-specific installation, Guerrero has created a glass tree using blown, sculpted, and flame-worked elements. Drawing inspiration from personal experiences, as well as from folklore, myth, ritual, and spirituality, Guerrero creates a communal environment that brings people together for reflection and healing.Learn more Visiting Artist Series
Reckonings and Reconstructions: Southern Photography from the Do Good Fund
The photographs in this exhibition ask key questions that identify and complicate conventional ideas of the “American South” and “Southern photography” by resisting retrograde tropes and instead projecting the enigmatic, ever-changing qualities of the region and its people.Learn more
Heather Beardsley: Strange Plants
In this series, Virginia Beach-based artist Heather Beardsley merges natural and manmade. Through a variety of media, she presents haunting scenes of architecture seemingly reclaimed by wild vegetal overgrowth provoking current dialogues on climate change and the environment.See more
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