L-R: Elisa Berry Fonseca, Anne Rynearson


Unnatural Terrains

Daily from April 20-June 1
Time Varies
Art, Galleries

In this exhibition, Elisa Berry Fonseca’s sculptural landforms, created from stacks of manufactured material, rise and tilt up from the floor like termite mounds or stalagmites. Colorful and textural, they undulate with intention, their thick and thin layers appearing rock-like with geological striations. In contrast, Anne Rynearson’s large-scale paintings read like abstractions of topographical maps, conveying an environment drawn from reality yet transposed into an arresting array of color and shape. Both artists’ works comment on the environment and humans’ imposition on nature.