Thursday, June 30, 2011

In a group show that opened on Friday, the David B Smith Gallery in Denver brought together five artists with differing mediums that shared a unitive theme of exploring the human relationship with nature in one way or another. From large installations that cover numerous city blocks to images made from scotch tape on chalkboards, the varying work peered into the changing face of the natural world resulting from human impact. “All of the artists that are here relate their work back to nature, consumption, and the way that we as humans inhabit the earth and use resources,” said gallery owner David Smith.

Read the rest of my review and see photos of the art here.

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