upcoming 'Scapes & Scope' exhibition aims to highlight a diversity of perspectives
From the modernistic, surreal and evocative desert-scapes of Georgia Totto O’Keeffe, to the traditional, grand, and expansive scapes of Albert Bierstadt, historically the artistic interpretation of the land, sea, and urban space has been quite diverse.
‘Scapes and Scope’ aims to highlight this diversity by exhibiting modern and traditional pieces that both contrast and collaborate. We hope this broad array of contemporary work, pushes and stretches the boundaries of what the ‘scape’ truly is.
"One eye sees, the other feels.” - Paul Klee