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Phyllis Bramson / Robert Indiana / Mayumi Lake


Located In: The Hyndman Gallery

Cautionary tales and lessons of the past, sober warnings for the future, and allegorical elements can be found in the work of all three artists exhibiting at Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) this summer.

Phyllis Bramson, known for richly ornamental paintings and sculptures that integrate edginess, beauty, and humor will occupy the Hyndman gallery, with work spanning three decades. An affinity for allegory and critique of human folly are evidenced in her artworks.

Robert Indiana, widely known for his signature piece, LOVE, 1966 explores America’s political past in prints from the 1960s and ’70s. Indiana creates signposts of human failings to warn us about the future. Seven original prints will be on display in the Brinka Cross Gallery, with one poster version available for purchase in the Gallery Shop.

Mayumi Lake creates a site-specific installation in the Susan Block Gallery that reclaims and updates the use of Housouge. Housouge is a motif that is fanciful fusion of various flowers, leaves, and fruit. During times of disaster in Ancient Japan, whether natural or man-made, individuals filled sacred sites with these bold, mythical flowers to quell fear and despair. This installation hints at the perils in front of us.