What Do Touchstones Mean to You? Examine A Few Takes on The Topic at This Show

Looking for a unique art exhibit experience? Check out the Touchstones exhibition on Monday, November 5th at Cindy Lisica Gallery. Just in time for Sculpture Month Houston, this unique event presents an intriguing trio of artists for a multi-dimensional exhibition that will stimulate the mind.

Touchstones are benchmarks as objects and significant moments and memories. These three diverse and highly accomplished artists bring their material delights to the forefront in a thought-provoking and rhythmic display of shape, color and form.

The extraordinary paper work of Jae Ko returns to Houston after her acclaimed solo exhibition, FLOW, at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston in 2016 wowed audiences. Since the 1990s, Jae Ko has been creating sculptures using paper and ink, representing elements of nature, water, and experience. The artist painstakingly bends, twists, and pulls the carefully conceived structures, and the gallery space becomes a new topography as they are presented in the Touchstones exhibition.

Atticus Adams, Pittsburgh’s Artist of the Year, further establishes his Gulf Coast appeal with dazzling and sophisticated assemblages of textile and precious metal mesh. Adams creates sculptures from a variety of materials and is known for his appreciation for science and experimentation.

Nasher Center Award-recipient Rachel Fischer creates intriguing and whimsical biomorphic pieces referencing nature, culture and Pop. The vibrant artworks in Touchstones represent transformations within the mundane artifacts of everyday life, functioning as monuments, charms, protective totems, and apparitions.

Admission to witness this awe-inspiring exhibition is free.

At Barringer Square Apartments in Webster, Texas, we pride ourselves on informing our residents about all the upcoming events our beautiful community has to offer. Don’t hesitate to join this event on Monday!

Event Time/Date:
Monday, November 5, 2018—4:00 PM

Event Venue Location:
Cindy Lisica Gallery
4411 Montrose Boulevard, Suite F
Houston, Texas 77006

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