Elizabeth Wentling featured in the Vessels exhibition at Susquehanna Art Museum and is on view until August 6th.
The Vessels call for entries challenged artists to consider the functions and possibilities of a vessel, both visually and conceptually. The submissions were not limited by medium, but open to a wide interpretation of what a vessel can be. A Hollow Container? A Ship or Boat? A Duct or Canal?
The exploration by this group of artists has resulted in a diverse selection of work in a variety of media. As you survey the selected works, consider how their interpretation of the theme enhances and expands your idea of what a simple vessel can be.
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