"what lies beneath" art exhibit opening @ Cornell Botanic Gardens

Wed 22 Mar 2017 | 04:30:00 PM
Nevin Welcome Center @ Cornell Botanic Gardens

Come check out "what lies beneath" the art of local artist, Lisa M. Narloch who is drawn to the imperfect, the unusual, the weathered and broken and gives a new life to fallen and abandoned trees. While freeing the spirit of each tree by transforming it into unique, natural art, she explores and exposes what lies beneath the surface. This solo exhibit runs from March through August of 2017 and includes some rare examples of non-indigenous trees donated from the Cornell Botanic Gardens Collection that have been recycled into art.

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