This is an in-person event
The Janette Kennedy Gallery presents inBEtweens, an immersive installation in which the visual spaces between tree branches are tangible forms. Horlander challenges the viewer’s relationship with time, nature, and the space we live within to open up dialogue about what it is to be.
inBEtweens combines dreamy nature scenes on unconventionally shaped canvases, tea stained images draped across wires, and illusional sculptural pieces that seem to transcend physics and time. These pieces portray an interwoven theme that evaluates perceptions of presence. The opening reception will be held on Saturday, April 17, 2021 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Janette Kennedy Gallery located on the basement level of South Side on Lamar at 1409 S. Botham Jean Blvd., Dallas. The exhibition will run April 17th through May 29th. Masks are required at The Janette Kennedy Gallery per South Side on Lamar.
Lisa Horlander is a mixed media artist whose installation work and shaped paintings explore spaces in between and within, with a focus on the natural ecosystems surviving within urban environments. She is interested in the contours between tree branches and roots along with contrasting colors within a particular transition of time. She incorporates remnants of daily moments, like the paper from a teabag, into her work and experiments with a variety of materials. https://lisarachelhorlander.com
Horlander is currently part of Cohort 2 with the Cedars Union in Dallas and will be showing with The Other Art Fair Dallas in the Fall of 2021. She participated in the prestigious Summer Residency Program at New York University in 2018 and has exhibit ed in group exhibitions spanning Texas, most recently The Femme Abstract in Austin. https://www.cedarsunion.org
About Janette Kennedy Gallery
The Janette Kennedy Gallery was established in 2002 as a venue for local artists to exhibit work and to provide assistance in the exhibition process. As a community gallery, it strives to empower artists and is a resource in helping to drive art careers forward. The gallery differs from others in that it does not administer a fee for use of the space, nor does it charged a commission on sold work. Artists who have exhibited at The Janette Kennedy Gallery work in media such as sculpture, ceramics, video, printmaking, painting, drawing, music, digital art, found object, experimental work and site specific installations. For more info visit: https://www.facebook.com/Janette-Kennedy-Gallery-151361824892591/