When Sep 17 6:00 PM
Black and white headshot of a person in front of foliage.

Heat up dinner and hop on Zoom for a virtual presentation on September 17 at 6 p.m. by Associate Professor and Foundation Chair Lynn Palewicz.

Through drawing, Palewicz examines and records the unpredictable patterns created by plants, fabric and light across multiple surfaces. Her primary fascination with reflections aims to record the actual object alongside its distorted counter image. Stylistically, the drawings bridge the space between naturalism and the artist’s love of charcoal as a material and vehicle for visual expression.

Palewicz has recently returned from a one-semester sabbatical that focused on the study of masterworks from three regional museums—including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art and virtual visits to the Munch Museum—that would inform a series of drawings completed during the term. 

This event is FREE and open to the public. Register through the link below. We will share login information and community guidelines prior to the event.