Faiya Fredman has produced a consistently original and elegant body of work, deriving inspiration from universal phenomena and timeless places, including cycles of life, nature and the cosmos, ancient astronomy and mythologies, and archaeological sites and artifacts. In her latest artistic endeavors, Fredman expands on previous themes and continues her experimentation with non-traditional materials, recent technologies, and unusual techniques. Curated by Mark-Elliott Lugo.
Reception Date: Sept 22 at 6 pm
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