October 5-October 31
Joint Ecology features Native Hawaiian kapa (bark cloth) and works on paper about ecology.
Joint Ecology presents two artists whose works are visually divergent but are both deeply influenced by concepts in ecology, which translates to “a study of home” from the Greek word oikos (“house habitation”) and -logia (“study of”). The facilitator, Lehuauakea, combines traditional techniques of harvest/Kapa making, earth pigments, and iconography with contemporary textiles to create works that speak to modern times.
Shu-Ju Wang will also show prints, artist’s books, and paintings that specifically address climate crises and ongoing amelioration efforts.
The viewing times are Monday-Saturday 11:00am-5:30pm, Sunday 11:00am-4:00pm.
An artist talk will take place on October 24th at 11 am at Waterstone Gallery.