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This exhibition explores the ecologies of place and the surface of the earth and features artists Caroline Carlsmith, Jenny Day, Carrie Dickason, Leah Dyjak, Anja Marais, Marianne McGrath, and Ronen Raz. The selected artworks play on different expressions around concepts of materiality, memory, identity, consumerism, and nature. The seven exhibiting artists investigate the passage of time and mortality through ground and body, with references to resurrection, rejuvenation, erosion, and growth. From ceramics to discarded material sculptures, photography and intricate quilts, "From Underfoot: Breaking Through Surface and Ground" emphasizes shifts above and below gravel and grass to illustrate the relationships between the terrestrial and the human.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through September 2.

This exhibition explores the ecologies of place and the surface of the earth and features artists Caroline Carlsmith, Jenny Day, Carrie Dickason, Leah Dyjak, Anja Marais, Marianne McGrath, and Ronen Raz. The selected artworks play on different expressions around concepts of materiality, memory, identity, consumerism, and nature. The seven exhibiting artists investigate the passage of time and mortality through ground and body, with references to resurrection, rejuvenation, erosion, and growth. From ceramics to discarded material sculptures, photography and intricate quilts, "From Underfoot: Breaking Through Surface and Ground" emphasizes shifts above and below gravel and grass to illustrate the relationships between the terrestrial and the human.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through September 2.

This exhibition explores the ecologies of place and the surface of the earth and features artists Caroline Carlsmith, Jenny Day, Carrie Dickason, Leah Dyjak, Anja Marais, Marianne McGrath, and Ronen Raz. The selected artworks play on different expressions around concepts of materiality, memory, identity, consumerism, and nature. The seven exhibiting artists investigate the passage of time and mortality through ground and body, with references to resurrection, rejuvenation, erosion, and growth. From ceramics to discarded material sculptures, photography and intricate quilts, "From Underfoot: Breaking Through Surface and Ground" emphasizes shifts above and below gravel and grass to illustrate the relationships between the terrestrial and the human.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through September 2.

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Blue Star Contemporary
116 Blue Star
San Antonio, TX 78204
https://bluestarcontemporary.org/

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