Candace Compton Pappas’s “Landing”

. August 21, 2014.
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A note from the artist: “I work at home in Michigan, in a studio overlooking a beautiful landscape with a lot of bird and wildlife activity. My work is influenced by this landscape, as well as the quiet and space that surrounds me in my studio. The birds outside my studio have shown me what flight and return, character and persistence can be. Chairs represent a solitary place, a throne, a place to land. The search for home, both literally in my surroundings, and metaphorically in my self has been a constant theme underlying my work.”

 

WSG Gallery, 306 S. Main St., Ann Arbor, MI 48104, 734-761-2287, September 9-October 18, 2014. Opening reception: Friday, September 12, 7-9pm.

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