Posted by: Department of Art and Design
A solo MFA Thesis Exhibition by Mary Anne Cradeur.
My work draws on the narrative interactions and sensory stimuli of natural materials, combined with manmade materials typically used in building construction, to explore dynamics of social interaction, areas of conflict and modes of resolution inherent in the human condition. The work in this show focuses on the concept of how we relate to Otherness, by utilizing the metaphorical power of the tree.
Opening Reception: Sunday, July 14, 2013, 6:00-8:00pm
Artist Talk: 6:30pm