The Library is hosting the opening reception for "Arrangements" by Augustina Droze, in the Peter A. and Mary Lou Vogt Gallery tonight, September 11th, from 5-7pm.
"Arrangements" is a series of work which investigates man's manipulation of nature through decorative arrangments of dead animals, insects and feathers.
Augustina Droze is an artist based in Buffalo, NY. She works primarily as a public artist and muralist as well as a painter. Droze is familiar with large scale public art through her work in mural projects, mixed media installations and sculptures. She has worked with a variety of public art agencies including The Chicago Public Art Group, the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, The Indianapolis Arts Council, Cleveland Public Art, numerous municipalities as well as large corporations including the Forbes Company. She currently has two large scale paintings on display at the Castellani Art Museum. More information can be found at www.augustinadroze.com.
The exhibit runs from September 11th - October 7th.