Artists: Kim Beck, Marina Berio, George Boorujy, John Bowman, Emilie Clark, Renee Delores, Kalika Gorski, Jeff Grant, Bettina Johae, Joan Linder, Rita MacDonald, Conor McGrady, Ben Polsky, Kako Ueda, and Katarina Wong
Curated by Summer McCorkle
Charged with an artists’ intentions and desire to convey a multi-faceted idea or a complex emotion, the smallest drawing can become larger than life and the largest drawing a personal keepsake. This exhibition explores the many approaches artists take to drawing representationally, in and outside of traditional methods, ranging in subject matter, material and scale. The materials span from graphite and gouache to plaster etching and paper cuttings. Scale ranges from the size of a sheet of paper to employing a 20-foot wall. Influences from nature to architecture, photography, the written word and the idea of place reflect the broad scope of this intriguing and adaptable medium.