Now on display in the Connie A. Eastburn Gallery:
March 12 through May 5
8:30 am–4:30 pm
Grace Isabell is an artist who lives and works in Bucks County, PA. Her work revisits the landscape as a catalyst to discuss the role of memory and sense of place in abstraction. She combines the ephemeral patterns found in the woods of her Pennsylvania home with a rugged sense of surface-making inspired by time spent in the wilderness of the American West. Her paintings address the dichotomies found in nature that echo those we find in ourselves.
Cairn University believes that truth, beauty, and goodness find their source in God and that artistic, creative endeavors manifest the divine image in humankind. Because of this, the University Arts Initiative seeks to integrate the creative arts into every student’s experience. In addition to sponsoring an integrated art gallery that exhibits fine art in every major building on campus, the Arts Initiative also hosts visiting artist presentations, supports the Student Visual Arts Society and academic arts courses and programs at Cairn.