Dorotha Grace Lemeh: Cycles

A woman with long hair cascading down her right shoulder sits in drapery with a black bird on her left shoulder, a parrot on her lap, and an open bird cage in the background.

Dorotha Lemeh, Bird of Prey (detail), 2005, mixed media on canvas. Courtesy of the Artist  

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From climate and seasonal changes to environmental and other historical events, Cycles takes a serious and sometimes humorous look at how our human social and cultural choices, alongside other complex narratives, continuously shape our everyday experiences and consequently, our lives. Using myths, legends, archetypes, folklore, current events, and other forms of visual storytelling this new exhibition of collaged mixed media paintings, drawings, 3D elements, and digital imagery intends to feature generational concerns for all living things that occupy our planet. Joining Dorotha in this conversation will be an array of birds and other creatures, who bear witness to our human folly.

Curated by Kelli Bodle, Associate Curator 

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This exhibition has been made possible by the Museum's Leadership Donors.