Metamorphosis is a familiar occurrence in nature, as the changing seasons bring leaves from vibrant greens to the subdued, regal hues of ochre, amber, and earth tones. Nature evolves silently before one’s eyes, a constant process of metamorphosis.
These works connect the Earth and life force with elemental materials and structures. Eszter Bornemisza creates her own fiber from plants, Martha Rieger connects to the Earth through clay and ropes, and the structure of Alke Reeh’s folding and unfolding is reminiscent of a butterfly’s wings emerging from a cocoon.
A Cultural Kaleidoscope
For the creative person, there is a natural inclination to be in a space where that creativity can bloom and be celebrated.Read More
“Metamorphosis” Debuts at Lilienthal Gallery
Each season brings a new thematic exhibition to Lilienthal Gallery at 23 Emory Place. The fall exhibition, “Metamorphosis,” opens tonight from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm in conjunction with First Friday.Read More
Connecting Threads: Gittit Fridberg
Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art, Ramat Gan, Israel writes about Gittit Fridberg’s work at the Lilienthal Gallery’s exhibition VIBE.Read More
An Art Lover’s Guide to Knoxville
Though primarily known for excellent breweries and easy access to the Smoky Mountains, Knoxville also boasts a rich and vibrant arts community. From fabulous museums to iconic venues, world-class festivals to inspiring performance arts, Knoxville’s cultural landscape is attracting international acclaim under the stewardship of passionate East Tennesseans.Read More