Quality of Light

Become immersed in abstract art that uses color to express emotion, history, and curiosity. Featuring artwork by Michael Bendure, Raasheda Burnett, Jay Exon, Katelynn Noel Knick, and Steven Schmidt.

Open date

July 11, 2023

Close date

September 14, 2023

Exhibit type

Virtual
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This exhibit features art from: Michael Bendure, Raasheda Burnett, Jay Exon, Katelynn Noel Knick, and Steven Schmidt.

Each artist featured in this exhibition continues that spirit of experimentation through works exploring color and technique.

In the 17th century Sir Isaac Newton discovered that color is a quality of light when he observed that sunlight, pure white light, is composed of the visible colors commonly seen in rainbows.  Viewers will be immersed in abstract works that use color to express emotion, history, and curiosity.

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