Wallace Anderson Gallery Showcases Elizabeth Kendall

By Carly Mehl

Staff Writer

  Photo: via BSUarts.com
Photo: via BSUarts.com

If you are an art lover or just seeking a place to escape your normal routine, come take a walk through the doors of the Anderson Gallery and slip away from the constraints of time. From October 22nd through December 4th, the beautiful works of Elizabeth Kendall will be showcased at the art center that you do not want to miss out on. 

The pleasure derived from viewing art is the freedom of having a unique experience with how our minds capture one another’s creativity differently. Kendall wishes for the spectators to have fun enjoying her work as they see it, but also to notice the variation of the process. 

The array of elements she uses is impressively wide – from wood to steel; she admires the different behaviors of the materials such as how clay is malleable and glass is not. Each thing takes different planning and consist of a unique process. 

What is most admirable about the display is the connection Kendall makes between her family memories and her work. Her unforgettable creations using white porcelain are inspired by the Stephanotis flowers that were used in her mother’s wedding. 

To find out more about her work, visit bsuarts.com or ekclay.com/elizabeth-kendall. 

Carly Mehl is a Staff Writer for The Comment

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