Sculptural concerns addressed in new Bath House art exhibit

"Moving Mountains #1" - Archival print by Emily Loving
“Moving Mountains #1” – Archival print by Emily Loving

Artists Emily Loving and Marilyn Waligore are taking photography to a new level with their display of artwork titled “tangible/transparent/transport/trace” at the Bath House Cultural Center.

It’s more than just photographs on the wall though—it’s three-dimension artwork that, according to a press release, “explores the tension between the illusory photograph and the physicality of matter.”

Maybe it sounds a little complicated but it’ll make more sense if you see it in person while the display is open from Dec. 3 through Jan. 28, 2017. Or you could also go to the artists’ free reception on Dec. 3 from 7 – 9 p.m.


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