Sculptor Eileen Braun conjures the skeletal hulls and germinating pods of an infant organism in her biomorphic forms. They appear before you suspended, reaching-out mid-air, or as if propagating from the ground. Some cloaked in a suggestion of heavy metals, others rusted, and some entirely organic in nature. It is with closer inspection that we find these beings might not be as they seem.
Spruill Gallery proudly presents new sculptural work from Atlanta artist, Eileen Braun. A former ceramicist, Braun grew tired of the limitations and fragility of porcelain and sought a new medium that would not resist her manipulation. Large or small, the work captivates the viewer and gives birth to a new form of life from its chrysalis-like structures, begging the audience to question their origins.
Gallery entry is FREE. Onsite parking available.