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Member's Curated Exhibition

This exhibit is a long time tradition and we wanted to bring it back

to highlight the talented members at OAL


Jennifer McCracken

Meg Beech

Curator's Statement:

Rejuvenation

The exhibit was conceived by the connection to renewing the self
through nature -bringing a sense of peace to the viewer. We all 
need to heal and recover from the difficulties of the past year.
Together, both artist’s use the natural and spiritual world to
connect the observer to a place of healing.

Meg’s art deals with the balance of the physical and spiritual. The
contrast between nature and spirit is seen in the rough textures of
the material world juxtaposed to the smoothness of the glass
representing the spiritual. The world is rough and out of our
control while the spiritual is peaceful, calm, liquid like glass. As
the viewer looks at these images, the intricacy and chaos of the
vines from the natural plants draws the viewer into the calmness
of the smooth glass.

Jen’s art is contemplative as the viewer reflects upon small,
intimate elements of nature. This solitary meditation of a moment
in space and time gives birth to the awareness of one’s spiritual
side, the interconnectedness we are all a part of. The art evokes
this concept because the images of nature pull the viewer into a
natural world, calming the spirit as they continue to meditate on
the image.
journey in healing and rejuvenation.

When blended together, the artwork carries the viewer through a

THE OHIO ART LEAGUE APPRECIATES

GENEROUS DONATIONS FROM SPONSORS:

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AS WELL AS OUR MEMBERS

AND PRIVATE DONORS

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Columbus, OH 43212

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