Anneli Arms: Parallel Universes
Exhibition Opening Reception
|Anneli Arms, "Hawk" and "Ostrich,"
UV Scraped Aquatints 2004
Thursday, January 12, 2006
Dana Room, 4th Floor
John Cotton Dana Library
Creating prints and wall sculptures based on the human image - primarily heads - has been an on-going, expressive con-cern and enterprise of Anneli Arms since the mid-1970s. The prints are based on sculptured work, and almost all are scraped acquatint/etchings. The entire production is a part of a larger project concerning life and beginnings, which includes insects, sea creatures, amphibians, birds, and the like. The Dana exhibition seeks to view the human creature - not necessarily benign - as both unique and part of the whole.
This event is part of the national Year of the Woman Artist project.
The exhibition will run January 12 - August 31, 2006.
To RSVP, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973/353-5223.
Posted January 10, 2006