Two new gallery exhibits arrive at Earlville Opera House galleries

EARLVILLE – Two new exhibits are opening at the Earlville Opera House Art Center:  David Harper’s Out of the Woods will open in the West Gallery and Tasja Keetman’s lorem ipsum in the East Gallery.  Both exhibits will remain at EOH from Aug. 26 through Sept. 29.  There will be an opening reception from 4 to 6 p.m. this Sunday. All are welcome to attend and refreshments will be served.



David Harper will explore interrelations between the forms of our written documents and the marvelous variety of qualities of wood, including the sculptural patterns made by insects in his Out of the Woods.  His work has consisted primarily of large-scale site-specific outdoor constructions.  They respond to and intermesh with their natural settings.  More accustomed to creating and installing sculptural constructions with natural materials in outdoor settings and allowing them to season in the elements, this current exhibition is a challenging new foray into the shelter of an indoor gallery space.  David adds, “Growing up exploring the wild with my naturalist parents gave me an early love and respect of the natural world.” His studies and teaching have deepened his understanding of the intricate interplay of natural processes and human activity. David Harper is from Cazenovia; his sculptures have been installed across the U.S., Canada, Ireland and Mexico.


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