November 5

Fluid Ground opening

Gallery 616, 11th and Jones St.

7-10p.m., runs through January 5th, FREE,,, 214.3061

Fluid Ground artists Claudia Alvarez, Peggy Gomez and Andrew Hershey explore freedom, erasure, and vulnerability utilizing processes that are by nature constant via watercolor, reductive printmaking and formed paper. Mexico-born multi-media artist and Omaha/New York resident Alvarez, known for her sometimes disturbing figures in two and three dimensions, like a baby handling a gun, exhibits watercolors. Hershey’s surreal reductive paper prints are shown along with Gomez’ crafted Schwinn Fair Lady bicycle made of wire, chipboard and paper suspended from the ceiling, surrounded by propellers, and more. The gallery will hold a second reception December 2.

-Sally Deskins

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