When faced with an unrecognizable image, the mind works to make
associations. Cheryl Troxel’s paintings are glimpses of a moment, windows in
one reality that can be peered into through countless others. This unique
ability of the imagination is explored using the intimate bond her work
ignites in the psyche of each new viewer.
Helen Harrison’s work accentuates nature's sensuous beauty by
revealing the character of wood and found organic materials. Each piece
is a testament to the spirit of that which was once alive, a reminder of the
ephemeral nature of existence, and a call to pay reverence to the
often-overlooked splendor that surrounds us.
Join us during the Walk on White for this visual exploration of temporality.