This month the Highland Art Center is thrilled to host graffiti artist and Yurok tribal member Carl Avery. His work explodes with bold color while exploring different and very artificial structures. By experimenting with the beauty of individual shapes, and using them as building blocks, Carl creates captivating and intricately intertwined works of art. Regarding this collection he says, “I enjoy bending the physical attributes of each geometric shape and then stacking them. I imagine them as Jenga blocks in order to capture the kinetic energy behind how a structure could exist. Often my pieces are a challenge of balance and strength. These pieces are sculptures, if you will, caught in time.” You won’t want to miss this vibrant show on display through the month of May during normal business hours Tues-Sat 11-5.
Weekly on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
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In Search of Dissent - The Dysfunction of Sameness . . .
This month the Highland Art Center is thrilled to host graffiti artist and Yurok tribal member Carl Avery. His work explodes with bold color while exploring... More info at www.enjoymagazine.com/events/89433/in-search-of-dissent-the-dysfunction-of-sameness
Highland Art Center 691 Main Street PO Box 1270, Weaverville, CA 96093-1270
Highland Art Center
691 Main Street PO Box 1270