Taylor Apostol's sculpting process is informed by personal memories -- of her own body, the bodies of others, bits of conversation and advice, architecture and nature. "Through my sculptures," she writes, "I give physical form to what cannot be seen." As part of an ongoing series titled Shrinking Mass/Spreading Mass, Apostol uses patinated marble and plaster as a link to the past and the long history of traditional sculpting.
On view in the Holzwasser Gallery. This exhibition is free and open to the public.