Heinbockel, Nolley, Peterson: Personal Rituals

Heinbockel, Nolley, Peterson: Personal Rituals

September 9 - December 4, 2016

Amanda Heinbockel, Marianne Nolley, and Brianna Peterson are each invested in their own conceptual pursuits. Heinbockel intuitively explores fluidity and repetition in nature using watercolor to imagine coastlines and biological structures. Separated only by the boundaries of the page, her watercolor images flow into each other and produce pleasing patterns. Nolley finds meaning in fiber, enlisting materials traditionally reserved for the work of women. Using human hair and discarded cloth elements, she reinterprets dreamy photographs to produce lasting artworks from ephemeral moments. Peterson combines her love of nature with the complexities of human society, poking fun at human habits by closely comparing them to the lives and routines of insects. All three women teach art in Little Rock area schools, and are committed to living as careful observers of their worlds - a skill they pass on to their students.


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Heinbockel, Nolley, Peterson: Personal Rituals