Virtual Tour of Lauren Scavo-Fulk’s “Being in the World”
The Hopkins Center for the Arts is closed to the public, but here’s a virtual tour of Lauren Scavo-Fulk’s “Being in the World” that’s currently on display on the second floor. The landscape artist says she’s inspired by philosophy.
The Hopkins Center for the Arts is currently closed to the public. Visual arts manager Jim Clark gives us a virtual tour of the exhibition.
“The second floor gallery exhibition is the lovely delicate drawings by Lauren Scavo-Fulk. She’s a Pennsylvania artist. The work is all either charcoal or graphite on paper. They’re quite small,” said Clark. “Many folks on first glance, first viewing think they are perhaps black and white photographs. But as you get closer to them you can really see the hand of the artist in the beautiful mark making. She’s worked both in an additive and reductive way. That is she’s making marks on the paper much like most of us do with a pen or a pencil. But then she also makes drawn marks with the eraser, carving away material that she’s laid down, almost like a sculptor does.”
The artwork is also available for purchase. You can reach out to Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org or (952) 548-6489.