‘Muchness’ on Exhibit at Hopkins Center for the Arts Examines Relationships with Nature
You can see artwork by Joshua Bindewald in an exhibit called “Muchness” on display through January 7 at the Hopkins Center for the Arts.
Even though the work is largely abstract, visual arts manager Jim Clark says you can see elements of recognizable imagery sprinkled throughout.
“They’re really dramatic in their color and use of shape. Some are mixed media. There is a number of different print techniques being used, screen print as well as relief,” said Clark. “There are exciting pops of color during our December grays.”
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