The third offering in the ongoing series devoted to the work of community, regional and national artists exploring contemporary trends in art. Elizabeth Turk's intricately carved white marble collars synthesize pattern and form. Turk spent several months in Charlotte during the fall of 2003 while completing a residency at the McColl Center for Visual Art. This opportunity enabled Turk to utilize the Mint Museum of Art's historic lace collection to further her study of patterns and organizing systems.
The exhibition will be displayed in the Crosland, Rankin and Crist Galleries.