Out There is What’s Left

February 23-April 20, 2024
Out There is What’s Left

Out There is What’s Left:
Alice Stone Collins, Jamaal Peterman, + Mark Bradley-Shoup
Cressman Center for Visual Art
February 23-April 20, 2024
Reception: Friday March 1, 2024 | 5-8 pm

Press Release

The Hite Institute of Art + Design is excited to announce Out There is What’s Left an exhibition of contemporary landscape painters featuring: Alice Stone Collins, Jamaal Peterman and Mark Bradley-Shoup.

Exploring the consequences of our structured urban environments, the artists participating in Out There is What’s Left consider the ways the social spaces we occupy (where we live, work, and play) influence, control and dictate our lives. How do and have the places we call home unconsciously map and predict who we become. 

While all painters, the three artists participating in this exhibition each bring their own unique styles and thematic concerns to the exhibition. As a group, their paintings explore the way we are restricted by our contemporary urban landscape from how we move from place to place, the memories places hold for us, or the ways our bodies and movements are controlled.

Out There is What's Left will be on view at the Cressman Center for Visual Arts February 23 - April 20, 2024. A Reception will be held on Friday March 1, from 5-8pm. We hope to see you there!

Image: Alice Stone Collins, House of Smoke IGouache and paper cut and collaged, 24x20 inches 2021

Installation photos by Diane Deaton Street