Thomas Sayre: Between Dirt and Sky | Craven Allen Gallery | Arts | Indy Week

Thomas Sayre: Between Dirt and Sky 

When: Through April 21
North Carolina sculptor Thomas Sayre (you might have caught his exhibit White Gold at CAM Raleigh in 2016) is nationally renowned for his large-scale outdoor sculptures, but you can get a more intimate look in this small gallery show, featuring mixed-media works inspired by the cotton fields and farm buildings of the rural South as well as Sayre's iconic earthcasts. —Brian Howe
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