Opening Reception: Saturday, November 18 from 5-7pm
“Wabi Sabi” draws from the Japanese concept that appreciates beauty found in nature, imperfection, transience, and the natural cycles of growth and decay.
Rusted and patinated objects by Brian Kirk and wall sculpture by John Latell offer character that emerges as things age and deteriorate. Nada Abizaid share’s her appreciation for nature’s organic and ever-changing states through the creation of minimal sculptural nature inspired stoneware forms of muted earthy color and texture.
Mat Barber Kennedy focuses his attention on the detail and beauty of aging historical structures, signage and utilities seen and painted on the streets of downtown Annapolis.
Sally Rhudy’s recent paintings explore ancestry and time through rich layered multimedia paintings with a contemporary abstract perspective, while Jo Fleming’s abstract landscape paintings offer subdued chromatic effects of changing weather and light.
Jo Fleming Contemporary Art
68 Maryland Avenue