August 4 - august 26, 2017
RECEPTION: August 12, 5-7 PM
Cartography, the art of map making, is reinvented in this exhibition examining how location is documented by four different artists: Geraldine Kiefer, Kanika Sircar, Bridgette Guerzon Mills and Erik Linton.
Geraldine Kiefer (Winchester, VA) : Kiefer's collaged cosmic maps were made as part of her first residency at Winchester's Discovery Museum. As a faculty member at Shenandoah University and as a long time artist, Kiefer is well known in the Shenandoah Valley for her mixed media works.
Kanika Sircar (Washington, DC) Sircar is a longtime DC artist with experience as a painter, printmaker and ceramic artist. Her award winning ceramics are recognizable for their layered surface design.
Bridgette Guerzon Mills (Towson, MD) Mills teaches workshops nationally on encaustic (wax) collage techniques and bookmaking. She often uses her processes as a way to better understand a particular environment.
Erik Linton (Hyrum, UT) Linton travels the country documenting locations with prints of the trees that can be found there. His growth ring prints are sold internationally and can be found in "Habitat", a recent design publication by HGTV's Lauren Liess.