New works by Diane Lara
January 9 to February 28, 2016
Diane Lara, MFA, addresses issues and concerns relating to genetics, genetic testing, and our predisposition to diseases. In her most recent artwork Diane uses a gestural calligraphic rendering of circular shapes through rubbings onto vellum. The installations are completed through the use of three dimensional elements along with light and shadow. Circular shapes have regularly appeared in Lara’s work and have evolved into varying forms of expression all of which have associations and abstract references to genetic makeup – from a single cell to abstract questions about life itself.
Ensō – meaning (Zen circles). Zen Buddhists believe it holds great meaning; some believe the ensō are enlightenment itself. Each is different – unique like the fingerprint of the artist who created it – it isn’t perfect and it doesn’t have to be; it represents the character of the artist in that exact moment of creation.
Public viewing during regular gallery hours is free and everyone is welcome!
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Exhibition Viewing Hours:
Monday to Wednesday - 1:00 to 5:00 pm and 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Thursday to Sunday - 1:00 to 5:00 pm
Closed during exhibition changes, statutory holidays, and Sundays in July & August.
(Dates and hours subject to change due to special events and availability of volunteers. Please call ahead to avoid disappointment.)