Regarding Nebraska by Elizabeth Ingraham
June 2-September 17, 2017
Lois Gottsch Gallery
Nebraska artist Liz Ingraham maps the state where she lives and documents both internal and external landscapes. She works with cloth and with processes of piecing and quilting because of their references to human scale, human touch and human occupation.
Ingraham’s “Regarding Nebraska” appropriately coincides with the state’s sesquicentennial celebration. With image and stitch she communicates the beauty and diversity of Nebraska, revealed over time and across distance. She attends to what is unseen as well as what is visible, and values what is lost as well as what persists.
Visit Elizabeth Ingraham's website for more information about her work.