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*Hellada Art Center

Exhibition Detail
Colliding Landscapes, Real and Imagined
Curated by: Seija Rohkea
117 Linden Ave.
Long Beach , CA 90802


January 10th, 2010 - February 10th, 2010
 
Standards of Excellence , Standards of Excellence ,
spring 2009, oil on canvas , 60"x72"
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TAGS:  
landscape, abstract, modern
> DESCRIPTION

This exhibition explores our natural desire to interrupt our daily routines and evaporate into an idealized landscape.  Kristina Lee’s multicar pile-ups and Krystal Eri’s infinite landscapes confront us with what is real and what is imagined. Our perceptions collide, and we are diverted away from our old ideas and patterns to form  a new consciousness.  Once again we find ourselves searching;  the new  awareness creates new perceptions and new dilemmas. The landscape is infinite.


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