Galveston Arts Center presents "Unfurled," "Lighter than Air," and "Supplementary Scenes" opening reception
Galveston Arts Center will present the opening reception for three solo exhibitions with artist talks.
In the first-floor gallery, Timothy Harding’s exhibition "Unfurled" includes works that explore the fluid relationship between pictorial space and the three-dimensional realm through hardedge geometric patterns and manipulated surfaces.
In the second-floor 1878 Gallery, Susannah Mira transforms the metal mesh of used air filters into an installation for the exhibition "Lighter than Air."
Kalee Appleton’s exhibition, "Supplementary Scenes," explores the objectivity of idealized landscapes and utopian worlds depicted in the photographic backdrops commonly used in mainstream photography studios.
Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display until August 19.