WAR PATHS OPENS FRIDAY: The Art of Michele Colburn

This exhibit of Michele Colburn's art is timely, devastatingly so given the build up of US forces in Iraq and the hateful gun violence in Charleston. Her art speaks to the military power U.S. foreign policy depends on to defend and extend U.S. interests around the world; and to the culture of gun violence which has now captured our two political parties, rendering the Congress of the United States incapable of addressing, much less enacting laws preventing, the kind of mass murders that occur in movie theaters, elementary schools and now churches across the country.

Michele uses unusual materials and techniques to create the art she hopes will challenge both our senses and our thinking about the place of guns in American society. Her work is sometimes irreverent, sometimes disturbing but always relevant and often quite beautiful.

WAR PATHS: The Art of Michele Colburn (June 26-Aug 2)

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WAR PATHS: The Art of Michele Colburn OPENS FRIDAY, June 26, at CK/RFA... Michele's Trip Wire panels will be on display through August 2.

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