“Open Spaces” Art Exhibit Explores Natural & Constructed Spaces
This summer nine artists are coming to the Schuylkill Center with indoor and outdoor installations, extending the environmental art gallery out onto the Center’s trails. With a reception on Tuesday, June 16, Open Spaces, combines gallery, forest, and field, to create an environmental art show that explores natural and constructed spaces. Each work invites the viewer to meditate, reflect, or engage with the space around them, whether it is through natural or repurposed materials, transforming ordinary spaces into meditative ones, or inspiring ecological and environmental thought.
One of the featured artists is Sandy Sorlien, who is also an environmental educator with the Fairmount Water Works.