Oct. 22-Nov. 29. “Interior/Exterior.”
The exhibit explores the relationship between interior spaces, objects and environment. Undergraduate art student Ben Browne presents mixed media works of art that consist of paintings, drawings and sculptures referencing phenomenology, perception, the reciprocal relationship between object/environment and the human presence. The artwork presented requests viewers to reacquaint themselves with everyday subject matter. The reception is Friday, Oct. 23, 4:30-6:30 p.m. Free parking is available in the Liberal Arts parking lot during the reception.