What is landscape?
It’s a seemingly simple question. As a genre of art, it is defined generally as a picture, sketch, etching, photograph, map, or other representation of inland scenery, as of prairie, woodland, mountains, etc.
But our experience of landscape is subjective, and it is in this vein that the Arts Consortium presents the exhibition “Variance: Unconventional Landscapes.”
The exhibition will open with a reception during First Friday, from 6-8 p.m. on Friday. The show will be on view through June 30.
Comprising a variety of mediums ranging from photography and painting to prints, sculpture, and mixed media assemblages, the exhibition showcases pieces more conceptual in nature than a traditional landscape.