Art considers what it is to be a woman
Posted: March 17, 2017 at 1 a.m.
Artist Sara Segerlin's work is a constant juxtaposition of internal and external: The physical domain versus a dreamscape; the confines of an urban environment opposing the boundlessness of the natural world. She considers where the edges of these dimensions collide and explores how the concrete and the cerebral affect her as an artist and as a woman.
‘Womanhood in Art
Power // Light // Nature’
WHEN — On display through March
WHERE — Fayetteville Underground Art Gallery, downtown square
COST — Free
INFO — 439-8641 or fayettevilleunderground.org
BONUS — 2-5 p.m. Sunday will feature this month’s Sunday Salon artist talk at the gallery with featured artists from the “Womanhood in Art” exhibition.
This story is only available from our archives.