2021 SPAACES – Compose, Decompose, Recompose: Forming Social Constructs

TREE (EHTS) 2021 | pastel-graphite, 22" x 30"

SPAACES in Sarasota, Florida will be exhibiting Kate Hendrickson's new drawings along with the artwork of Kathy Wright and Mary GrandPre, two very talented artists. The exhibition opens on December 3, 2021.

Compose, Decompose, Recompose: Forming Social Constructs

Opening Night Reception:

December 3, 2021 | Friday 6:00 - 8:00pm

Open Exhibition Dates:

December 4th thru 11th | by Appointment Only

2087 Princeton Street, Sarasota, FL 34237 https://spaaces.art 941-374-3492

PURPLE (sah-GOHL) 2021 | pastel-graphite-colored pencil, 22" x 30" | $ 3,000

About the Exhibiton

"What is the basis for shared assumptions about reality? Using paint, pastel, charcoal, collage, mixed media, and sculptural installation this exhibit discusses our current social constructs and the effect these constructs have on personal relationships and growth. These artists explore the beliefs and practices built over time by society to create order and make sense of the objective world, and more specifically how these practices benefit or do not benefit individuals. Meanings that are developed in coordination with others or en masse, rather than individually, do not fully take into account unique personalities and their journeys. By practicing compassion, self-searching, and mindfulness, humans can alter the social norm for the better, and as they continue to interact and recompose themselves, create change in the world at large." SPAACES

SPAACES is a visual arts organization dedicated to supporting artists by offering affordable art studios, quality exhibitions, and an encouraging, creative environment.

OCEAN (ohk-YAH-noos) 2021 | pastel-graphite-colored pencil, 22" x 30" | $ 3,000
Ocean - ohk-YAH-noos in progress with final color decision details

Who are we? How much do we conceal? Kate Hendrickson’s inquiry begins with the history of the Crypto-Jews who outwardly converted during the Inquisition but continued to practice their religion, disguising it ingeniously...

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