Halcyon Gallery Features Artist Todd Stokes

Halcyon Presents: Todd Stokes

During the month of May, Halcyon Contemporary Art is featuring works of art by Todd Stokes.

Stokes’ series, “A Walk Out Back” will be featured in the South Gallery and Project Room.

Opening Reception:  Friday, May  6 7 – 9 p.m.

Entertainment by musical performers “Yearbook Committee” will begin just after the reception at 9pm.

All events are free of charge.

South Gallery & Project Room Exhibition:

Stokes’ work explores the structures of the organic and the geometric by breaking down form into basic shapes. He works in a variety of mediums, including photography and glass and acrylic sculpture. His photographs are depictions of landscapes, often highlighting details of the beauty that the natural world offers. His glass works examine architecture and the elemental forms of circle, square and triangle found within.

The exhibition will be on view at Halcyon May 3-28. The artists will be present at the opening reception on May 6 from 7-9pm.

Halcyon is located beside the Swope Art Museum at 25 South 7th Street. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, noon – 5pm or by appointment.

For more information:  (812) 841-2884 or www.artathalcyon.com

All Halcyon events are free and open to the public.

Information courtesy of Halcyon


About RiverCityArt

A non-profit organization based in Terre Haute, Indiana, that promotes, supports and enhances an appreciation of the visual arts in the Wabash Valley through art exhibits, demonstrations, seminars, workshops, and any and all other appropriate means. Membership open to artists age 18 and older.
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