Elizabeth Mooney, Just Before the Raking Light, 2010, acrylic on wood panel, 48 x 48 inches

August 27-October 5, 2012
Beard Gallery, Watson Fine Arts

Gallery Opening & Reception
Thursday September 6,  6pm
Haas Concourse & Lobby, Watson Fine Arts

Land (re)Formations: Panel discussion with Elizabeth Alexander, Ellen Driscoll and Elizabeth Mooney
Tuesday September 11, 6:30pm
Ellison Lecture, Watson Fine Arts

Gallery Talk with Kysa Johnson
Wednesday September 19, 6:30pm
Beard Gallery, Watson Fine Arts

Sitelines brings together five women artists working in a range of media—collage, sculpture, drawing, painting, and artist books—who are breaking down or reexamining the landscape using unconventional lenses. Whether dismantling, abstracting, fracturing, diagnosing, or morphing the land in their work, these artists capture the ever-changing and fluid nature of our earth, inviting the viewer to enter into unfamiliar spaces or embrace shifting vantage points.  Vacillating between the real and the imagined, the serene and the sublime, the works comment on the human impact on nature and present a range of untraditional responses to the scenic view we all seek.


Sitelines mailer (front)

Sitelines mailer (back)

Sitelines and Andrew K. Howard: Recent Work, poster