Opening reception February 18, 6-9 pm
In Japan recently, Glenn Lewis created ceramic pieces from local clays, which were fired in mostly wood-fired kilns. This exhibition presents more than fifty of these ceramic works each paired with a corresponding photograph. The images, taken in Japan almost 40 years ago, focus on the paradisaical elements of Japanese gardens intended for contemplation and strolling. Together, the works foreground the particularity of place, revisiting Lewis’ longstanding interest in the poetry and mythology of landscape.