The conversations shared by those who attended the reception reflected the theme of the exhibit as their words formed from the genesis of thought (with many inspired by the work), communicated through the presence of speech, and moved beyond their meanings toward a future of myriad interpretations. The verbal intercourse between individuals and small groups manifested the passage of time which the pieces created by Ms. Lane brought to the consciousness of each viewer. It was in this mode were those who experienced the work and the conversations it inspired were enhanced by its aesthetic and meaningful qualities. You'll find more photographs take during the Artist's Reception in the Passing Time at ESU Gallery at www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10154221985293761.1073741901.91146283760&type=3.
The Passage of Time exhibition featuring the work of Miharu Lane will continue to be on display at The Madelon Powers Gallery at ESU until September 30th. The work is splendid and allows the mind to expand to encompass the deeper concepts of time and how one should live one's life during our temporal existence. The next exhibition scheduled to take place in the gallery will feature the works of Ronald Gonzalez and Andrew Molinaro with an Artists' Reception and Talk scheduled to be held on Wednesday October 7th beginning at 4pm. The exhibit will continue to be on display in The Madelon Powers Gallery until November 6th. Please explore The Madelon Powers Gallery Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/EsuArtGallery for more information.
Photography by Paparazzi Paul.