by Kim Larson

On Saturday August 15, 2015 Modern Eden debuted "Fighting Spirit", our second solo exhibition of new ceramic sculptures by Erika SanadaIn this new series, Sanada’s work has evolved with more motion and gesture allowinga more dynamic style of storytelling in her most compelling pieces to date. Gallery patrons were thrilled to see her dimensional works in person and the artist delighted in her nearly sold-out opening night. 


 

On our back Project Wall, we are featuring North Carolina painter and gallery favorite, Henry Schreiber with his newest series of marmot portraits aptly titled "Here, Hold This". These new portraits explore the complex and comical emotions of marmots as they are faced with holding unexpected things. Some longtime collectors came through to scoop up a few new additions along with a few new collectors who were able to meet Schreiber in person for the first time. 

 


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