artist Arlene Baker will show works from her “Silk Spaces” series – “an
exploration of the aesthetics of the sublime on an intimate scale” — in an
exhibit that inaugurates the Humanities Gallery this fall at Union
The show runs October 8 through
November 22. The opening reception is Thursday, Oct. 10, from 4 to 6 p.m.
The exhibit is free and open to the public.
Baker's “Silk Spaces” series
evolved a dozen years ago from earlier work in which she had explored the
interplay of colors, textures, horizons and space, first in large-scale canvas
hangings, and later in small-scale gouache-on-paper paintings.
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