Galveston Arts Center presents "Changing Perspectives" and "Collective Pulse" opening reception

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Photo by Abhidnya Ghuge

Abhidnya Ghuge transforms disposable paper plates into immersive installations using wood-block printed patterns inspired by Indian henna designs, the microscopic and macroscopic world, and the current cultural landscape of America. Ghuge’s exhibition, "Changing Perspective," celebrates these patterns and organic forms, while calling attention the ephemeral nature of human experience.

Burning Bones Press is a printmaking studio in the Houston Heights, founded by Carlos Hernandez and Pat Masterson in 2011. The studio is a center of collaboration for artists working in a variety of print media, including etchings, lithographs, woodcuts, screen prints and monoprints. The exhibition, "Collective Pulse," features a selection of prints by studio members, co-organized by Keelin Burrows, Curator for The Printing Museum, Houston, and Dennis Nance, Curator for Galveston Arts Center. The exhibition includes work by Lucinda Cobley, Blaine Davis, Tess Doyle, Carlos Hernandez, Amber Kaiser, Cathie Kayser, Nancy Luton, Pat Masterson, Anna Mavtomatis, Erin Miller, Eric Pearce, MacKenzie Petter, Kathy Trice, and Christopher Wallace.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through August 20.

Abhidnya Ghuge transforms disposable paper plates into immersive installations using wood-block printed patterns inspired by Indian henna designs, the microscopic and macroscopic world, and the current cultural landscape of America. Ghuge’s exhibition, "Changing Perspective," celebrates these patterns and organic forms, while calling attention the ephemeral nature of human experience.

Burning Bones Press is a printmaking studio in the Houston Heights, founded by Carlos Hernandez and Pat Masterson in 2011. The studio is a center of collaboration for artists working in a variety of print media, including etchings, lithographs, woodcuts, screen prints and monoprints. The exhibition, "Collective Pulse," features a selection of prints by studio members, co-organized by Keelin Burrows, Curator for The Printing Museum, Houston, and Dennis Nance, Curator for Galveston Arts Center. The exhibition includes work by Lucinda Cobley, Blaine Davis, Tess Doyle, Carlos Hernandez, Amber Kaiser, Cathie Kayser, Nancy Luton, Pat Masterson, Anna Mavtomatis, Erin Miller, Eric Pearce, MacKenzie Petter, Kathy Trice, and Christopher Wallace.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through August 20.

Abhidnya Ghuge transforms disposable paper plates into immersive installations using wood-block printed patterns inspired by Indian henna designs, the microscopic and macroscopic world, and the current cultural landscape of America. Ghuge’s exhibition, "Changing Perspective," celebrates these patterns and organic forms, while calling attention the ephemeral nature of human experience.

Burning Bones Press is a printmaking studio in the Houston Heights, founded by Carlos Hernandez and Pat Masterson in 2011. The studio is a center of collaboration for artists working in a variety of print media, including etchings, lithographs, woodcuts, screen prints and monoprints. The exhibition, "Collective Pulse," features a selection of prints by studio members, co-organized by Keelin Burrows, Curator for The Printing Museum, Houston, and Dennis Nance, Curator for Galveston Arts Center. The exhibition includes work by Lucinda Cobley, Blaine Davis, Tess Doyle, Carlos Hernandez, Amber Kaiser, Cathie Kayser, Nancy Luton, Pat Masterson, Anna Mavtomatis, Erin Miller, Eric Pearce, MacKenzie Petter, Kathy Trice, and Christopher Wallace.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through August 20.

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Galveston Arts Center
2127 Strand St.
Galveston, TX 77550
https://www.galvestonartscenter.org/

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