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Residency at The Center presents "Abstracted Time"
Date: Monday - June 18, 2018
Location: MISD Center for the Performing Arts
Residency at The Center Art Exhibitions presents Abstracted Time, an art show featuring the amazing works of visual artists Anne Webb and Geraldine Brettmann. As described by the artists:
Time can described as an abstract because of its subjective nature. It can be interpreted in different ways by different emotions at different points of our lives.
Our lives are filled with abstracted memories. In our quest to live in the present we tend to put our past behind, we have our abstracted memories to keep us moving forward, how we experienced life in the past and how we interpret those memories. We use the abstract memories from the past to interpret our present state of being. The abstracted time of the present of which the here and now is always among us, always ever present. The abstracted time of the future is always something we look at in front to use constantly to create our world. The abstracted time of past and present help to create our future. Our abstract creations are by our own mind and flow through us and into our creations.
The exhibition will be on display June 18 to July 9. Viewing hours this summer will be 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Thursday. There will be a free artists reception on Saturday, June 23 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.