Group Exhibition: “WINTER LIGHT” with Carol Reed, Carrie Breschi, Caroline Savage, and Kirsten Olson at The Carlisle Arts Learning Center, Carlisle, Pa

January 11-February 2, 2019

The collaborative installation is an immersive experience that enables the audience to move through the clarity|quiet and the light|dark of winter light. The forms and imagery are drawn from nature, handcrafted in various media by each artist, evoking the sense of winter.

 

Siku (Ice) Formation. Porcelain. By Kirsten Olson

Siku (Ice) Formation. Porcelain. By Kirsten Olson

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“Shelter”, Bundle Dyed Cotton and Silk. By Carol Reed  Cyanotypes, by Caroline Savage

“Shelter”, Bundle Dyed Cotton and Silk. By Carol Reed

Cyanotypes, by Caroline Savage

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“King’s Gap Understory, Winter 1-4” Cyanotype monoprint. By Caroline Savage

“King’s Gap Understory, Winter 1-4” Cyanotype monoprint. By Caroline Savage

From Left:  “Sukkak (Whale Rib), Ceramic. By Kirsten Olson  “Self Reflection”, Fallen Wood. By Carrie Breschi

From Left:

“Sukkak (Whale Rib), Ceramic. By Kirsten Olson

“Self Reflection”, Fallen Wood. By Carrie Breschi

“Light 1, 2, 3”, Naturally Dyed cotton and silk, Copper. By Carol Reed

“Light 1, 2, 3”, Naturally Dyed cotton and silk, Copper. By Carol Reed

Detail of “Self Reflection”

Detail of “Self Reflection”

Detail of “Self Reflection”

Detail of “Self Reflection”

We explored guided mediation and conversations with the guidance of Brooke Wiley

We explored guided mediation and conversations with the guidance of Brooke Wiley

“Weaving Winter Light” Carrie Breschi’s Community Project. Each artist contributed materials that participants would weave into or incorporate onto the branch frame.

“Weaving Winter Light” Carrie Breschi’s Community Project. Each artist contributed materials that participants would weave into or incorporate onto the branch frame.

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