Exhibition review for the Bradley University MA Exhibition. This review is part of Sixty Inches From Center’s Sixty Regional, a project that partners with artists, writers, and artist-run spaces highlighting art happening throughout the Midwest and Illinois.
“The artwork seems to glow from within, especially in the winter, and the MA Exhibition was no exception. Large-scale paintings by Jack Crouch fill the walls, the rich historical narratives from which they are derived interrupted with playful teddy bears and children’s toys, a window into the life of the painter. Natalie Zelman’s organic ceramic objects cover pedestals that sit lower to the floor, creating reflective landscapes. The back walls of the gallery are plastered with a large floor to ceiling installation of painted cardboard, fabric, and paper by Peter Ahart. Considering varying backgrounds and interests in their studio practices, the exhibition was thoughtful and unified.”
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