April 1, 2014
The Nisk-Art Gallery is pleased to present "Patterns in Nature" now open through April 24. A reception will be held on Tuesday, April 22, at 6 p.m.
The exhibit is a collaborative collection of work from Lou Snitkoff, Niskayuna art teachers and students from Niskayuna High School, Van Antwerp Middle School, and Craig and Rosendale elementary schools.
Whether it be the mysterious footprints of a passing traveler in the sand, fungus growing on the side of a tree, or the abstract quality of an ice formation, this exhibit will challenge you to question what you are looking at and offer a fresh perspective on some of what nature has to offer.
Works explore the vast variety of patterns that exist in the world and
how artists can visually communicate those "natural and beautiful
imperfections" in a variety of media to provide a glimpse into what is
sometimes overlooked in our chaotic society.
The gallery is located inside Niskayuna High School, and open to the public.
Visit the nisk-art Gallery webpage for more information about visiting during school hours as well as a list of other upcoming exhibits.