Thursday May 17, 2018
Albuquerque, NM 87102
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Danielle Rae Miller exhibits her drawings of dense compositions of plant, animal and insect life realistically drawn with fine line ink on both sides of translucent vellum to create transparency. Runs through 5/19.
Join us in Venture Room, the project space of Central Features Contemporary Art, to celebrate 'The Peace of Wild Things,' an exhibition of drawings by Danielle Rae Miller.
Miller's works are dense compositions of plant, animal, and insect life realistically drawn with fine line ink on both sides of translucent vellum to create transparency, depth, and interaction between elements. Miller uses images with pre-attached meanings in our human mythologies—snakes, bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, beetles, roses, sunflowers, the human heart, ribcage, and pelvis—to engage an emotional response in viewers, to gently nudge individual and cultural memories, and hint at broader connections between all forms of life on this planet.