April 21 - May 25 Reception April 21 5-7pm
Amy E. Gray (artist and theologian) installs her post-MFA exhibit which includes a large cut-paper installation, small egg tempera paintings, and stunning silver leaf pieces.
Amy’s work contains nuances of ministry and theology, but focuses on impermanence and the environment. Her large paper sculpture takes on the form of a tree, but will likely be crumpled up and recycled shortly after exhibition. The silver leaf work in the exhibit represent the modesty and impermanent of nature, but especially humans.
“Gold has been regarded as a symbol of the divine. It doesn’t change like silver does. But that’s why I use silver. I’m not talking about the divine, I’m talking about us.” The impermanence of humanity is subtly communicated in Amy’s work.