“Pushing Pop” exhibit now open at Anderson Arts Center
The Anderson Arts Center is hosting a new exhibit entitled Pushing Pop that offers visitors the opportunity to experience the art of popular culture through multiple mediums.
A group of 14 artists who vary in age, experience and background are represented in this show including A-N-D, John Acorn, Kent Ambler, Larry Bennett, Adam E. Burgess, Patricia Crandall, Kimberly Day, Peggy Tanner Day, Steve Garner, Diane Hopkins-Hughes, Gary Huntoon, Dustin Lee Massey, Carey Morton and Ryan Roth.
In conjunction with Pushing Pop, artist Katie Kameen will have a solo show in the center’s Atrium Gallery. Her colorful sculptures are created by playfully experimenting with mid-century and contemporary plastics. Her work has been published in American Craft Magazine, Friend of the Artist, and Uppercase Magazine.
Both exhibits are open to the public through July 15.
While you’re visiting Anderson Art Center, plan to peruse the Bay 3 Artisan Gallery, a co-operative gallery of local artists, located in the Arts Center Warehouse.