The Flock celebrates birds for their beauty, diversity, freedom, and interdependence in a sparkling installation of beaded sculptures and glass mosaics by Lisa Arnold. Inspiring feelings of joy, wonder, and appreciation, Arnold’s work seeks to explore how birds are special indicators of our planet’s ecological health. Studying birds can tell us a lot about them as a species, and remind us that everything is interconnected, intersectional, and interdependent. They ask us to look beyond ourselves and see how beautifully intertwined we all are.
Lisa Arnold is a mosaicist and teaching artist often found working in her home studio in the beautiful woodlands of St. Paul. She specializes in nature-themed glass-bead sculptures and stained-glass mosaic windows as a tool for social change.
View the virtual exhibit here: https://sites.google.com/umn.edu/the-flock/home
This exhibit will be on view until October 3rd, 2021.
Planned by Student Events and Entertainment.
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