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‘Tweak of Nature’ showcases Phila., NY artists’ work

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BY DIGITAL FIRST MEDIA

Main Line Art Center: “Tweak of Nature,” the 11th annual Betsy Meyer Memorial Exhibition, features works by Seunghwui Koo, Tasha Lewis and Kate Stewart on view through April 21 at Main Line Art Center, 746 Panmure Road, Haverford.

“The exhibition hosts photo-based constructions, whimsical sculpture, large-scale paintings, and site-specific installation,” according to a press release. “Inspired by the exhilarating energy of natural and urban environments, these artists speak to our collective experience as human beings navigating the elements, the animal kingdom, and each other.  Manipulating and tweaking our perception of nature and its creatures, they create new beings, surroundings, and realities that surprise, challenge, and delight,”   according to organizers.

Horned Gazelle Cyanotype sculpture by   Tasha Lewis 2014. Photo courtesy of Main Line Art Center

Horned Gazelle
Cyanotype sculpture by
Tasha Lewis 2014.
Photo courtesy of Main Line Art Center

Gallery visits are free and open to the public. The gallery is open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays through Sundays.  Three family workshops are planned. The schedule is as follows: a program will be presented by Koo on April 11, a family workshop by Lewis on April 19 and a workshop for adults on alternative drawing techniques presented by Stewart on April 18. Visit www.mainlinert.org or call (610) 525-0272.

Kate Stewart Götterdämmerung (detail) Custom wall covering and fabric, paint, chairs by Kate Stewart. Photo courtesy of Main Line Art Center

Kate Stewart
Götterdämmerung (detail)
Custom wall covering and fabric, paint, chairs by Kate Stewart.
Photo courtesy of Main Line Art Center

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