Bryan Colburn Ellis, Linda Prager | Horace Williams House | Arts | Indy Week
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Bryan Colburn Ellis, Linda Prager 

When: Jan. 7-28 2018
Price: free

Linda Prager and Bryan Colburn Ellis work in seemingly unlike mediums—clay sculpture and drawing, respectively—but the two local artists covertly meet at the seam of shared concerns, such as the exploration of pure form and the serendipity of unintended outcomes. Prager regards her clay forms as canvases for delicate layers of color and texture, while Ellis calls his drawings "illusory configurations referencing abundance, bodily structure, and landscape" that draw on (without being beholden to) traditional methods such as Japanese woodblock printing. This double cross-wiring of tradition and modernity is the January exhibit at Horace Williams House, courtesy of Preservation Chapel Hill. —Brian Howe

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