Artist Karen Hackenberg brings her Watershed & Divining Line Series to Esvelt Gallery February 20 –March 22. An artist’s reception will be held February 22, 6 p.m. in Esvelt Gallery.
In her Watershed series, Hackenberg takes a light-hearted yet subversive approach to the serious subject of ocean degradation, presenting a tongue-in-cheek categorization of our new post-consumer creatures of the sea. Hackenberg meticulously paints seascapes in oil and water color, crafting beautiful images of conventionally ugly beach cast-offs, and aiming to created provocative visual combinations of form and idea.
The Divining Line series presents paired human and animal portraits. Whether the creature represents a spirit animal, a friends, or symbolizes qualities we wish to possess, the shared portraits define the relationship between the two subjects while also emphasizing their individuality.
Hackenberg has exhibited extensively in museums and galleries around the Northwest and across the nation.
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