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Tuesday
Sep062016

upcoming: the land trust for tennessee

For the upcoming exhibit in fall of 2017 at Zeitgeist, new works will focus on sites protected by the Land Trust for Tennessee. Field notes, interviews, and sketches will be exhibited alongside final large-scale works based on these sites, with a portion of proceeds from the show being donated to the Land Trust to help them continue their work. More details coming soon.

 

Saturday
Nov012014

from these roots: the landscape of south central kentucky

Standing Water, 48x48 inches, oil on panelFrom These Roots: The Landscape of South Central Kentucky features imagery from the land surrounding Bowling Green, KY. Some views are broad fields under a wide summer sky; others are more intimate, like the small market farm of the Howell family, or a late-season view from Sunny Point Gardens. This body of work represents the diversity of the landscape; from the seasonal changes of agriculture to the wilder spaces, skies, and waters that have formed the experience of generations in this region. Works include large-scale oil paintings on panel as well as smaller, more intimate studies. On exhibit November 10 through December 31, 2014 in the Main Gallery at SKyPAC.

Wednesday
Sep112013

documenting the landscape

View From David Lapp's Farm, 2013 In collaboration with the Pomerene Center for the Arts and the farmers of Coshocton County, OH, Megan Lightell has created a series of documentary works in sketches, paintings, and audio recordings. This collection documents views from Coshocton County ahead of expansion of natural gas and oil drilling activity in the area. View the collection at documentingthelandscape.com. Exhibit opens October 6, 2013 at the Pomerene Center.