Annica Cuppetelli & Cristobal Mendoza, Hannah Claus, Lisa Walcott, Frank Geiser, and Chad Eby
September 7 – October 8, 2021
Subtlety allows us the space and time to contemplate. It’s a sensation and mental space that allows for reflection caused by its relation with quiet – visually, auditorily, experientially. At the same time, subtlety is a paradox. As soon as one slows down, becomes still and a contemplative state is achieved, we become instantly aware of the enormous complexity involved in the stimuli we are taking in. That previous quiet experience is suddenly amplified as we learn that through the action of investigation, we are expanding in a dimension that was previously hidden to us.
The artwork curated into the Subtle exhibition is intended to give you a space for that contemplation and reflection to begin. You are encouraged to relax, let the artwork and your mind take you on a journey.
Exhibitions are free to the public. Parking can be found behind the Mitchell Fine Arts Center located at the corner of W 4th St and N Upper St.
Monday – Friday, 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
Morlan Gallery COVID-19 Rules and Procedures
Face masks must be worn by all visitors while on the Transylvania University campus including Morlan Gallery
Capacity is reduced and controlled to 10 visitors at any time.
Visitors showing signs of illness at any time will be asked to return when they are healthy.
Visitors are encouraged to use provided hand sanitizer upon entry.
Social distancing is required and will be enforced. Classes larger than 10 individuals wishing to visit the gallery together must contact Anthony Mead, director of the Morlan Gallery, at firstname.lastname@example.org in advance to schedule an appointment.