Hillmer Art Gallery, College of Saint Mary Campus, 7000 Mercy Rd.

5:30-7p.m., FREE; exhibit runs through December 17

csm.edu, christinanarwicz.com

With Christina Narwicz’ Recent Works she exhibits paintings that are the beginning of a news series focusing on the “emergent energy created on the canvas.”  The Omaha-based artist, who shows internationally, is known for her often abstract organic work referencing the constantly changing environment of the natural world, specifically her own garden and the Caribbean Islands where she has spent years sailing. “While it may seem contradictory, the ephemeral world is our one constant, a fluidly primal element inherent within each one of us,” the multiple award and grant-winning artist writes in her artist statement, “and my exploration creates a language of signs and symbols that is not written but nonetheless spoken universally.”

-Sally Deskins

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