Mon, Nov 28|
“The Landscape as Muse” with Andy Cross and Chelsea Herman
VIRTUAL event via zoom. RSVP for link. The artists will talk about their creative processes, show examples of their work, and discuss the piece they created for the exhibit. Talks will be about 20 minutes long with time for Q & A.
Time & Location
Nov 28, 2022, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST
About the Event
After growing up in Maine and living by the ocean his entire life, Andy Cross has recently left the beach and moved to a higher elevation thirty minutes from the sea. He has traded his twenty-plus years of walks with his camera around the alleys of the beach and the coastal diffused light, and now he is exploring a new altitude with his eyes of San Diego, which he calls the Quiet Mountain. He is continuing his personal focus on the urban and rural American landscape. His photographs are published and exhibited nationally. He currently teaches photography at the University of San Diego.
Chelsea Herman grew up in rural Northern California and is now based in Council Bluffs, Iowa, where she creates prints, artists’ books, and most recently, handmade paper. Her work explores the capacity of language to translate embodied experiences of nature. Her work is in permanent collection at the International Collection of Contemporary Creative Books, Atelier Vis-a-Vis in Marseille, France. Chelsea serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Nebraska and is the proprietor of Flight Path Press. www.chelseahermanart.com