'Re: Structure' Exhibit Examines How Humans Interact With Environment
Rylan Steele has created a series of photographs that cause viewers to take a closer look at ordinary workspaces--the clutter and the cleanliness of offices, warehouses and other spaces we inhabit every day but rarely think about.
Amanda Brazier's paintings are vivid, geometric, often abstract works of art. However, like Steele's photos, they examine the way humans interact with and modify their environment. Steele, a professor at Columbus State University, and Brazier, a Chattanooga artist, are the featured artists at the AVA Gallery's Re: Structure exhibit, which opens March 2nd and runs through April 28th. An opening reception will take place March 2nd at AVA.