At the Parchman Stremmel Gallery, Janet A. Lasher exhibit called "Conscription" was the featured at this gallery. Each sculpture took the artist 1 week to finish. They were cast using a positive mold with abaca paper pulp and stitched using sinew.
This exhibit was a very powerful in the presentation due to the number of pieces and excellent execution of each sculpture.
|Janet A. Lasher "Conscription" artwork|
|front close up - Janet A. Lasher "Conscription"|
|back close up - Janet A. Lasher "Conscription"|
|Janet A. Lasher explaining her process for making each piece.|
Then on to the AnArte Gallery with the "Looking Through" exhibit featuring the artwork of Elise Deringer and Kelsey Viola Wiskirchen. This exhibit explores the internal self, the external world and the space between simultaneously. (Forgive me, I didn't note the titles of the artwork.)
|Elise Deringer and Kelsey Viola Wiskirchen|
|Elise Deringer's artwork|
|Kelsey Viola Wiskirchen's artwork|
|close up of Kelsey Viola Wiskirchen's artwork|