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CSULB Art Lecturer Eve Wood has exhibition at Sloan Projects

Posted on April 16, 2015 by School of Art

CSULB Art Lecturer Eve Wood will behaving an exhibition at Sloan Projects in Bergamont Station entitled “Through the Trees, A Willingness.” The show will run from April 18th through May 16 featuring a wall-to-wall installation of works on paper. An array of avian portraits expressively rendered in gouache, graphite and oil stick on handmade rag paper highlight the artist’s life-long connection to orphaned and injured birds and her commitment to their rescue and rehabilitation. For over a decade Wood has cared privately for birds and as a volunteer at an animal way station where she provides education about animal welfare to inner city children. This up close and personal contact with a long line of birds has developed into a near obsessive creative documentation of their personalities and struggles in the artist’s unmistakable style.

 

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