This new exhibit brings two Southeastern sculptors together for one eye-opening show. Drawing from sources as diverse as natural history, architecture and technology, John Douglas Powers is a sculptor, installation artist and draftsman whose work displays as much variety formally as it does in its subject matter. While Powers drawings can be gorgeous, his kinetic sculptures are usually the stars of the show. Trained as both a sculptor and an architect, James Rodger Alexander is rarely satisfied with sculptural forms themselves and often uses a series of repetitive pieces to define a particular space. Conceptually preoccupied with the resolution of conflict between opposing forces, Alexander has mined a deep vein exploring balance and symmetry.
Mondays-Fridays. Starts: Nov. 11. Continues through Dec. 11, 2009