I didn't know where to start because it was all compelling and each section demanded my attention. Typically I get bored when all of the pieces are from one artist but the differences in mediums kept me very interested. The art wasn't just hanging on the wall but also on tables in the middle of the room and even the floor. I got over the initial "I want to look/touch everything" feeling and started to view everything individually. I appreciated how there was enough space between them to be able to take each in as their own but there wasn't too much space that they felt completely separate.
Sacred Moon, 2007
Aluminum and copper wire
Akua's Surviving Children, 1996
Wood and metal
Sara Beth Worcester