The art objects that Paul Farmer creates relate to topography, nature, and human intervention. He is particularly interested in observing moments of un-covering and re-covering, examining the act of transformation. His sculptural paintings often contain so much interweaving and overlapping of elements that much of what has been created becomes hidden from the viewer, thus emphasizing the revealing-while-concealing nature of the medium.
On display now through January 11, 2019. An artist reception was held on Friday, December 7 from 6:30-9 p.m.
Calling All Local Artists:
The Cornelius Arts Center wants to show your work!
The Center's gallery program is devoted to showcasing local, regional and national artistic talent in both solo and group exhibitions. The program seeks to expose the community to a diverse range of artists working with a variety of media on a yearly basis.
Please send a link to your portfolio and a concept for your show to Mindi Ellison, Arts Center Program Manager.