May 15 to June 26
please note the gallery has moved from Suite 20A to 8C
Cynthia Farnell and Dan Powell, artists married to each other, present a series of drawings and sculpture created while sheltering in place during the COVID pandemic. Daily meanderings in the woods near their Decatur home and beyond provide intimate meditations on the peace and quiet afforded anyone willing to seek refuge in nature as an antidote to worry and uncertainty. Seen side by side, They present a two views that are linked together through their marriage, proximity, art making, and like-minded devotion to the natural world.
Farnell has been exhibiting her work though Poem 88 for many years now. Curiously, the pandemic and their joint drawing practice provides an intimate view to how they managed together! Both artists have exhibited regionally and nationally, and both are employed by Georgia State University as a gallery director and art instructor, respectively.
We hope this exhibition ushers in all the pleasures of spring and summer and the renewal we all look forward to.
David Robinson: Alluvium
July 10 to August 17