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The Clark Gallery is located inside the Honeywell Center, and is available for viewing Mon.-Fri. 8 am to 5 pm, and before live shows.

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Embodied Echoes

Tracing Heritage and Nature

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On display May 13-June 14

Clark Gallery

Honeywell Center


In "Embodied Echoes," artists Ramiro Rodriguez and Laurie Rousseau converge to weave narratives of heritage, memory, and the sanctity of life into a cohesive exploration of printmaking. Rodriguez's prints resonate with familial tales and cultural fragments, echoing the struggles and wisdom embedded within his upbringing. Through a spectrum of techniques—from the stark lines of relief prints to the fluidity of monotypes—Rodriguez invites viewers to delve into the complexities of language, identity, and the immigrant experience.


In contrast, Rousseau's works emanate from a deep reverence for nature and the feminine spirit. Drawing inspiration from ancient Goddess figurines, Rousseau's prints serve as portals to healing, hope, and transformation realms. Her imagery celebrates the sacredness of the female form, intertwining it with the primordial forces of the earth. Through intricate layers of symbolism and a mastery of printmaking techniques, Rousseau's art becomes a testament to the interconnectedness of life and the fragile beauty of existence.


As "Embodied Echoes" unfolds, viewers are invited to traverse the intersections of culture and nature, memory and myth, guided by the evocative prints of Rodriguez and Rousseau. Each artwork serves as a vessel, carrying fragments of personal history and universal truths, resonating with the echoes of generations past and the whispers of a shared humanity.


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