This ceiling-to-floor representation of a tree is part of “Everything is Touching by Underground Wires,” a new art installation by Rick Herzog, assistant professor of sculpture at New College of Florida. Using Gallery 3 at Art Center Sarasota as his canvas, Herzog created a new environment using non-traditional materials. He says it his goal to make viewers look at things a bit differently and consider more closely the world that surrounds them. His recent work explores the “artifcialization” of nature. The display runs Aug. 2 through Sept. 28.
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