Portland Museum of Art Presents Anna Hepler: Makeshift

. July 17, 2010 . 0 Comments

The Portland Museum of Art will present Maine artist Anna Hepler who will construct a monumental installation inside the Museum’s Great Hall.

Made from a nest-like mesh of salvaged and sewn sheet plastic, The Great Haul will take advantage of the Museum’s expansive entry space.
A second exhibition of Hepler’s work, on view in the fourth floor gallery, will feature a series of 20 cyanotype and drypoint prints made from digital photographs of small sculptures, and like her large installations, these works are defined by light.

This will be Hepler’s first solo exhibition at the Portland Museum of Art, and this exhibition is the first in a series called Circa that will explore compelling aspects of contemporary art in the state of Maine.

Open July 24, 2010 – October 17, 2010. Artist Reception Friday, August 6 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Portland Museum of Art Seven Congress Square . Portland, Maine 04101 . (207) 775-6148


Category: Fine Art

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