Opening Reception: Jowita Wyszomirska: The Distance Of Blue
In the summer of 2017, Jowita Wyszomirska was invited to study glaciers at the Wrangell Artist Residency in McCarthy, Alaska. The body of work she has produced from this experience is the subject of her forthcoming exhibition at gallery neptune & brown. For several years Wyszomirska has used weather data from NASA's satellite imagery for creative inspiration. She transforms the imagery she collects to reflect the effects of climate change with regard to freak winter storms, extreme weather changes, and highly fluctuating temperatures. The transformed image becomes the basis for sketching, cutting, and layering large sheets of mylar to create installations and mixed media drawings.
Dates & Times
- Sat Jan 26, 5pm–7pm
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Washington, DC 20005