Now through October Friday 29th

Ericka Sobrack: Suburban Echoes

Small-scale landscape paintings focus on domestic scenes of suburban America. Sobrack creates intimate encounters with the banal and overlooked places within the suburban topography. Her paintings deconstruct familiar environments, creating unsettling images that evoke feelings of anticipation, angst, and trepidation. Through her gaze, viewers trespass through vacated open fields, empty playgrounds, and family dwellings, attending to details of the presence and absence of those who have been there before. Defined by an uneasy ambiguity, the resulting images are reminiscent of a distant memory or dream. “I challenge traditional depictions of reality. By deconstructing and reassembling nostalgic domestic imagery, I suggest psychological experiences that may be considered “suburban nightmares.”
The Lightner Museum, 75 King St, St. Augustine FL 32084
For info: lightnermuseum.org   |  904.824.2874

Now through – Sunday October 31st

Fall Members Show

Fall Members Show
This bi-annual exhibit of STAAA members features a variety of works by emerging, seasoned and professional artists. View the exhibit online or in-gallery (Tuesdays through Sundays, 1pm-4pm).

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Now through Saturday November 6th

Mirages Elizabeth Atterbury, Strauss Bourque-LaFrance, and Katy Cowan

The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College are pleased to announce Mirages, an exhibition of new work by Elizabeth Atterbury, Strauss Bourque-LaFrance, and Katy Cowan. Mirages are magical, disorienting, phenomenological, real to the eye, yet just a set of visual circumstances. They can suspend our beliefs and understanding of what is real versus what is perceived and force us to think about our relationship to time, space, and landscape. They are about the act of looking.
Crisp-Ellert Art Museum

48 Sevilla Street, St. Augustine 32084 
For info: 904.826.8530  |  flagler.edu/crispellert


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