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Landscraping– a cultivention in paper Closing Reception Planned

Published Wed, September 04, 2019

Nicole Ezzel art



Meredith College will hold a closing reception for Landscraping– a cultivention in paper on Thursday 9/26 for a one woman exhibition by North Carolina based artist Nicole Uzzell.

Uzzell creates handmade papers mixed with repurposed objects for her sculptural forms, installations, and mobiles. She develops densely packed, earthy, textures for mixed media baskets and other three-dimensional objects and juxtaposes these materials with delicate, ethereal mobiles that appear weightless in their nature. While strikingly and distinctly different from one another, they conceptually seek a balance between nature and human interaction.

“When the environment and industry fight for existence, the shifts in the landscape unveil the fragility of our planet,” said Uzzell.

The Landscraping– a cultivention in paper exhibition runs through September 30, 2019 in the Weems Gallery

ARTIST CLOSING RECEPTION
September 26 4:30-6:30 p.m.
GALLERY TALK
Begins at 5:30 p.m.
Gaddy-Hamrick Art Center Weems Gallery
Exhibition Running Dates 9.3– 9.30, 2019
Always Free & Open to the Public


Melyssa Allen
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(919) 760-8087
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allenme@meredith.edu

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