Exhibits, Galleries, and Site Specific Art

This  page that I hope will be a place to record and announce ongoing exhibits, galleries which host artistic works for sale and or viewing, and site specific works which can be seen by the public but are in a specific place (this may include a variety work including architectural structures). The intention is to present information for non electronic interaction with art that is in some way related to Anthroposophy. Anyone wishing to contribute information for this page or post an event, please contact me with the relevant information including images and I will post it as soon as possible. __________________________________________________________________________

      Lightforms Art Center

                   HILMA AF KLINT

Tree of Knowledge Series  1913-1925 Hilma af Klint

Tree of Knowledge Series 1913-1925 Hilma af Klint

March 6 2020 – August 9 2020

“In a rare and exceptional opportunity, the Tree of Knowledge series by Hilma af Klint and a thirty-four-page Sketchbook by the artist that explores the inner workings of plants are on loan from the Albert Steffen Foundation in Dornach, Switzerland to Lightforms Art Center in Hudson, NY from late winter to early summer 2020. Just after Hilma af Klint’s work surprised, unsettled and enchanted the art world during the 2018/2019 season at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City, visitors will have another opportunity to study a smaller selection of her work just two hours north of NYC at Lightforms Art Center in Hudson, NY.”




Final Invitation to Anthroposophical Artists in North America


Poetry of Earth: Works by Sally Bradley and Stephen Hawks

Poetry of Earth highlights the work of two Columbus Georgia artists whose work stands at the intersection of art and nature.
Sally Bradley paints landscape views of the Chattahoochee Valley, and FSU Art MFA Alum Stephen Hawks produces ceramic works using Georgia clay. The works included in Poetry of Earth will serve as inspiration for poems that will accompany the work on display in the exhibition.

Sally Bradley’s work deals with construction and deconstruction, creating landscapes from layers of collaged paper and acrylic paint. The work develops with multiple and simultaneous perspectives of the subject matter, and it raises questions about human intervention into the environment. Stephen Hawks, who was the potter in residence at Historic Westville for almost 20 years, uses local clay and inventive glazing techniques. He has perfected his skill in throwing all sizes and shapes of traditional pottery forms, but recently he has begun creating abstract sculptural pieces that are investigations into the nature of form and the relationships of objects in space.

 The exhibition will take place May 31 – October 11 (closing), 2015 at the Yarbrough Gallery in The Columbus Museum @ 1251 Wynnton Road Columbus, GA 31906.
The reception for this exhibition will take place on June 11th from 6:00 to 8:00pm.

For more information call: (706) 748-2562 or email: hawksstephen@gmail.comFor detailed informatil of Poetry of Earth, visit: http://bit.ly/1EVF664

To see Stephen Hawks’ linkedin profile, visit: http://linkd.in/1Fsskkg

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