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ON::VIEW Artist-in-Residency Community Potluck!

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ON::VIEW Artist-in-Residency Community Potluck!

Come welcome ON::VIEW Artist Resident Lisa D. Watson ! Lisa will be working on her site-specific project "Antidote," during our August session, which runs from August 14th - September 9th. Bring some food or drinks to share or just bring yourself and learn more about Lisa's plans for her Residency. 

During her On::View Residency at Sulfur Studios, Watson will explore combining her current professions and transform the area into “a green space”. “It’s a rare opportunity to incorporate living plants into works of art,” says Lisa. 

Roadways, bridges and sprawl are common themes in Watson’s artwork. She has been concerned with vulnerable natural habitats and human encroachment since she was a child as she watched roadways cut thru neighboring woodlands. Artwork can reflect these issues, native and drought tolerant gardens along with landscape education may just be the antidote to these sprawling problems, one garden at a time. 

A few repetitive shapes using collaged wall pieces, linoleum printing experimentation and three dimensional planters will be explored during the month. The unconventional planters will explore the ways foliage has an incredible way of breaking thru human infrastructure. 

Lisa welcomes those who may need garden advice to bring photos of their landscapes. She will share her knowledge on native, drought and/or salt tolerant plants, rain catchment ideas and a non-toxic weed killer recipe. Sharing knowledge is a way to give back to the Savannah community, but she also wants people to assess their own gardens and make sustainable changes.

Lisa will also have the space open to the public on the following dates: August 18th, 24th, 25th, 31st, September 1st, and 8th

In the final week, passersby may slow down and be transported into the installation, creating an antidote as they walk by or enter the space.

Earlier Event: August 15
August Photo Group Critique!