Sun, May 28|
Art Exhibit: Vestiges-Traces of the Past
Explore the visible traces of beauty in the world through the eyes of Lynda Kusuma, printmaker and Trinity parishioner. Lynda's work examines the parallel patterns, shapes, and textures found in both the natural and human-made environment.
Time & Location
May 28, 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
About the Event
(View the exhibit Mon-Thurs 10a-3p & Sundays 8:30a-12p.)
Explore the visible traces of beauty & detail within our world that we pass by every day and never notice. These fine art prints by Lynda Kusuma, a printmaker & Trinity parishioner, examine parallels between patterns, shapes, and textures found in our natural and human-made environment. Each piece tells a story seen from various perspectives: from the minuscule to the panoramic, from the ancient to the extraordinary.
About the artist: Lynda Kusuma uses art as a vehicle to explore the human connection to the natural world. Her prints and books highlight less obvious relationships in a seamless composition that forces visual comparison. Kusuma received a BFA in Design from Carnegie-Mellon University in 1986, and her interest in science and the arts led to an MFA in printmaking from the Academy of Art in San Francisco in 2018.