Children possess a distinct ability to see their world through uninhibited perspectives. This two-person exhibition (see flyer below) is a view of this phenomenon through the interpretations of Kyungmin Park and Britt Spencer. Park is a ceramic artist who creates figurative sculptures that explore human foibles. Spencer is an illustrator whose quirky characters reveal observational commentaries of human life. The pairing of artistic content creates a platform for viewer investigation, humor, and pity.
The free exhibit runs from Thursday, Feb. 20-March 14, with an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. Thursday.
Funded in part by the Dr. Frances Bartlett Kinne Endowment for the Arts.
For more on the event, call (904) 256-7374, or visit its Facebook page here.