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Photo by Jack McGilvray

"The Lakehouse" is a body of work documenting a changing landscape and the effects of these changes on three generations of a family. The house, built by the Grandfather of the family, has served as a place of gathering for 40 years. As drought affected the area for multiple years and the waterline continued to recede, the family spent less and less time there. This installation acts as a documentation of the significance of this moment in the family's history as a possible transition point, affecting the relationships of future generations, in their closeness to one another and the landscape.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through August 27.

"The Lakehouse" is a body of work documenting a changing landscape and the effects of these changes on three generations of a family. The house, built by the Grandfather of the family, has served as a place of gathering for 40 years. As drought affected the area for multiple years and the waterline continued to recede, the family spent less and less time there. This installation acts as a documentation of the significance of this moment in the family's history as a possible transition point, affecting the relationships of future generations, in their closeness to one another and the landscape.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through August 27.

"The Lakehouse" is a body of work documenting a changing landscape and the effects of these changes on three generations of a family. The house, built by the Grandfather of the family, has served as a place of gathering for 40 years. As drought affected the area for multiple years and the waterline continued to recede, the family spent less and less time there. This installation acts as a documentation of the significance of this moment in the family's history as a possible transition point, affecting the relationships of future generations, in their closeness to one another and the landscape.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through August 27.

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WHERE

Southwest School of Art
1201 Navarro St.
San Antonio, TX 78205
https://www.swschool.org/upcomingexhibitions

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Admission is free.
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