Current Exhibitions

March 31-April 23

Lou Cabeen: Geography of Hope

Lou Cabeen, Cedar River Watershed (detail).

Lou Cabeen is a Seattle-based artist with Chicago roots who works in a variety of tactile media. Most recently she has been pondering the relationship between art and cartography as she charts the emotional geographies of contemplation, belief and desire. In this show, her works depict both her gratitude for the natural order, and her grief for its degradation at the hands of human intervention.

Unearthing Landscape

In honor of Earth Day (April 22) three artists share their works in response to global and local environmental issues of our time: Scott Allen, painter; Claudia Meyer Newman, photographer; Kay Walsh, photographer.

Kay Walsh, Elwah River Basin. Photograph. Image courtesy of the artist.

Kay Walsh, Elwah River Basin. Photograph. Image courtesy of the artist.

At top: Lou Cabeen, St. Clare: Offering (detail). Image courtesy of the artist.