Water surrounds us in Northern Michigan. And the Glen Arbor Arts Center looks to the Big Lake, the streams, wetlands and ponds for a “New View: Water = Life = Art,” an exhibition
running June 1 – August 4 in the GAAC gallery, 6031 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor.
An artist’s reception to open “New Views: Water” is Saturday, June 9, 6 – 8 pm. The public is welcome.
New Views: Water is a juried exhibition of 2-D and 3-D work that offers an interpretative exploration of the many ways in which we intersect with water: ecologically, economically, creatively, through the lens of tourism, as a contributor to regional identity, and the basis for a dynamic and enduring creation myth symbolized by a mother bear and her cubs. In addition to the exhibition, New Views: Water offers a full complement of programs that approach the exhibition’s theme from a range of different directions.
For more information go to the GAAC website, www.glenarborart.org, or call 231/334-6112.