Opening Reception for Gallery Exhibitions ‘Lacuna’ and ‘Quiddity’ Sept. 22

“Mirage” from Hannah Israel’s exhibition Lacuna: The Space Between Us.
“Mirage” from Hannah Israel’s exhibition Lacuna: The Space Between Us.

Two vastly different Southern abstract artists will discuss their work Thursday, Sept. 22, 5:30 to 7 p.m. at an opening reception for their exhibitions at Brenau University Galleries. The event is free and open to the public.

“Lacuna: The Space in Between” features the art of Hannah Israel in Sellars Gallery, and “Quiddity” presents the art of Erin Tapley in Presidents Gallery, both located at the Simmons Visual Arts Center, 200 Boulevard. Both artists will be in attendance to discuss their work.

“Both exhibits present mostly abstract and process-driven works, yet there is a distinctly different feel to each of them,” said Brenau Galleries Director Nichole Rawlings. “Viewers can interpret these two collections of art in a wide variety of ways. Having an opportunity to actively engage with artists always creates a wonderful sense of connection to an exhibition and provides ‘behind-the-scenes’ information about their work.”

Both exhibits are on display now through Nov. 17. For more information about the art shows, contact 770.534.6263 or visit the Brenau Galleries website at

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