featuring the work of
Michaela Bridgemohan, Natasha Harvey, Scott Moore.
Scott Moore's artwork addresses the way we relate to our environment. Moore's hyper-real digital and sculptural renderings of everyday objects compel us to examine the world around us and our concept of 'place.'
Natasha Harvey's large-scale collage and lino-print works deal with the paradox of living and revering the beauty of natural spaces while being overcome by its canceling through rampant development.
Michaela Bridgemohan's work explores topics around relational connections and cultural identity, diving into stories through ritualistic use of both traditional and unconventional materials.
Exhibition dates: June 4th to July 16th
Open Reception: Friday, June 3rd from 6pm