This event is organized and presented by InLiquid Art + Design
@ The South Tower Gallery at Park Towne Place
On view: September 8 - December 31, 2017
Opening Reception: September 20th, 6-8pm
Featuring: Margery Amdur, Linda Brenner, Colin Keefe, Kristin Rein
Park Towne Place and InLiquid present "Architectonic Shift," an exhibition of four distinct artists telling the story of changing landscapes and cityscapes through art objects, actions, drawings, and installation. The overarching theme is the transformation of time and place, as each work incorporates objects and imagery that are tied to a previous history. As illustrated by Linda Brenner, her unique sculptures are made from trees removed from the site of the Barnes Foundation and from discarded Christmas trees found on the streets of Philadelphia. Altered from their original purpose by the artists' varying processes, the works tell a new story.
"Architectonic Shift" is a part of the Parkway 100’s Connections and Collections Centennial Celebration Exhibition Series.