The artist opened her exhibition, 'Airidescence' Thursday, Nov. 10.
Artist Anne Patterson opened her exhibition, "Airidescence" Thursday, Nov. 10, at Alfstad& Contemporary. Patterson is known for her large-scale installations throughout the country, which explore multisensory themes, especially music and color.
The artist experiences synesthesia, a condition that causes her to see color and shapes when she hears music. "Airidescence" consists of ribbons, wire installations and watercolor paintings, all inspired by music.