Art

"The Cloud of Unknowing"

When: Thu., Feb. 11, 5:30-7:30 p.m. and Mondays-Fridays, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through April 24 2016

Taken from an anonymously authored medieval text about mysticism, the exhibition’s title, "The Cloud of Unknowing," refers to the mystical symbolism of blood and water. McCollom’s works are theoretical, conceptual, and focused on notions of existential absence, often portraying a balance between the artist’s interest in what she refers to as the “unknowable space of the mind and the mystery of the physical body.” McCollom’s work has been featured in national print and digital publications, including Glasstire, Persona Literary Journal, and Les Femme Folles, a catalog of women artists in the United States. McCollom’s work was most recently featured in New American Paintings and is held internationally in private collections in Texas, Iowa, New York, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

Price: Free