Exhibition: Tree Line: Edge and Energy of Habitat

14janAll Day16mayExhibition: Tree Line: Edge and Energy of Habitat

Four-color lithograph by Scott Greene. Tree composed of green and brown wood planks and groups of human limbs in gray tones taking the place of leaves.

Event Details

Tree Line: Edge and Energy of Habitat
Exhibition Dates: Jan 14 – May 16, 2020
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The edge of the habitat at which trees are capable of growing is known as the tree line; beyond this boundary, trees do not exist due to harsh conditions. In Tree Line: Edge and Energy of Habitat, artists depict trees in natural environments, in human-made settings, as commodities, as spiritual energy, and in the reaches of our imagination. The exhibition prompts us to consider the relationships between the limits of arboreal existence and ours.

Featured artists: Valerie Arber, Chris Ballantyne, John Beerman, Alex Cerveny, Luke Dorman, Adam Feibelman, Nancy Friese, Scott Greene, Mark Mulroney, Rosana Paulino, Alison Saar, Jonathan Seliger, Tanja Softic, and Chris Uphues

Image caption:
Scott Greene
Invasive Species, 2018
Four-color lithograph
Paper Size: 23 x 17 inches
Paper Type: Antique white Somerset velvet
Collaborating Printer: Valpuri Remling
Edition of 15



January 14 (Tuesday) - May 16 (Saturday)