ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE INTERPRETATIONS OF THE LANDSCAPE: SEPT. 4–DEC. 19, 2020
KIRSTEN FURLONG OVER THE EDGE OF THE WORLD | ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
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Another Perspective: Interpretations of the Landscape
September 4–December 19, 2020
The wide, open skies and expansive prairies of the Great Plains inspire many artists to create varied interpretations of the natural world. Another Perspective features artists from the permanent collection who approach this subject matter from a unique vantage point and use abstract mark making, unconventional materials, and inventive compositions to depict the landscape.
Over the Edge of the World: Kirsten Furlong
Elizabeth Rubendall Artist in Residence
March 6–November 21, 2020
The exhibition Over the Edge of the World by Kirsten Furlong explores the artist's interpretation of the natural history and current grassland ecology in the Great Plains and beyond through drawings, monotypes, and paintings. Bird species, past and present, insects, animals, and plants are depicted along with mark making inspired by the lines and textures of the prairie.