Tagged: Side Gallery

Mary Ellen Leger at the ACA

Mary Ellen Leger

“Braille Series #28”

acrylic, braille pages and printer’s ink tins on wood

on view in the Leger’s solo exhibition “Collages and Constructions” in the Side Gallery of the Acadiana Center for the Arts, 101 W. Vermilion St., Lafayette, LA 70501 until November 5, 2011. To contact the ACA, call 1.337.233.7060.
Leger’s work is concerned with themes of knowledge, information, experience, censorship, consciousness and paradox. All together, the work presents a zen-like face to its viewers that is both challenging and soothing, open yet mysterious, intellectual, yet emotive, and full yet empty. To read a full review of the exhibition, visit the earlier post titled  EVERYTHING ZEN.
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Mary Ellen Leger at the ACA

 

Mary Ellen Leger

“Geometry Series # 18”

acrylic, paper, flowers, and glass on canvas

on view in the Leger’s solo exhibition “Collages and Constructions” in the Side Gallery of the Acadiana Center for the Arts, 101 W. Vermilion St., Lafayette, LA 70501 until November 5, 2011. To contact the ACA, call 1.337.233.7060.
Leger’s work is concerned with themes of knowledge, information, experience, censorship, consciousness and paradox. All together, the work presents a zen-like face to its viewers that is both challenging and soothing, open yet mysterious, intellectual, yet emotive, and full yet empty. To read a full review of the exhibition, visit the earlier post titled  EVERYTHING ZEN.

Mary Ellen Leger at the ACA

Mary Ellen Leger

“Book Pages #1

acrylic and book pages on canvas

on view in the Leger’s solo exhibition “Collages and Constructions” in the Side Gallery of the Acadiana Center for the Arts, 101 W. Vermilion St., Lafayette, LA 70501 until November 5, 2011. To contact the ACA, call 1.337.233.7060.
Leger’s work is concerned with themes of knowledge, information, experience, censorship, consciousness and paradox. All together, the work presents a zen-like face to its viewers that is both challenging and soothing, open yet mysterious, intellectual, yet emotive, and full yet empty. To read a full review of the exhibition, visit the earlier post titled  EVERYTHING ZEN.

Mary Ellen Leger at the ACA

Mary Ellen Leger

detail from “Braille Series #9″

wire, pages of braille, wax and tea bags

on view in the Leger’s solo exhibition “Collages and Constructions” in the Side Gallery of the Acadiana Center for the Arts, 101 W. Vermilion St., Lafayette, LA 70501 until November 5, 2011. To contact the ACA, call 1.337.233.7060.
Leger’s work is concerned with themes of knowledge, information, experience, censorship, consciousness and paradox. All together, the work presents a zen-like face to its viewers that is both challenging and soothing, open yet mysterious, intellectual, yet emotive, and full yet empty. To read a full review of the exhibition, visit the earlier post titled  EVERYTHING ZEN.