A Talk by Lynn Aldrich
Thursday, April 22nd at 7:00 p.m. PST, via Zoom only
A presentation of images and short video clips will accompany the artist’s description of over thirty years of art making — inspired by nature and the natural sciences, flora and fauna, life giving water, light and darkness, stars and planets. In an age of materialism, we will ask if the dialog between doubt and faith can open up a path to spiritual insight in contemporary art. We will celebrate God’s gift of Earth on a special day for pledging better stewardship of its fragile beauty and diversity.
Lynn Aldrich is an artist who loves text and ideas, but makes very physical and material wall constructions, sculptures, and installations. She has a BA in English Literature, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and an MFA in Fine Art, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena. She is an amateur theologian who thinks “the God question“ (Paul Virilio) is still the most intriguing of all human investigations and leaps of imagination.
Note: The talk will be recorded and available for those unable to attend.