The House In My Head

The House In My Head

B y Jud Yalkut

“The House in My Head” is a group exhibition running through Sunday, August 29 at the Weston Art Gallery in Cincinnati that explores perceptions of the house as a fantasy architectural form. Artists included are: Keith Benjamin (associate professor of art at the Art Academy of Cincinnati) who reconstructs consumer packing; Tracy Featherstone (associate professor of art at Miami University) with a street-level construction of 2 X 4 lumber; Lori Larusso with acrylic paintings on cut-out wood shapes (shown is “We All Fall”); Washington, D.C. transplant Elaine Lynch with corn-silo influenced mixed-media drawings; Cincinnati printmaker Mark Patsfall with etchings and a video sculpture of a house; and Jennifer Purdum, visiting professor of art at the Hamilton campus of Miami University, with prints in her “Exodus Series.” Hours are 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and 12 to 5 p.m. Sunday. For more information, call (513) 977-4165.


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