Photo and Caption: NYPA’s Sensational Saturday Features “Fluid Culture”: Grand Island Artist Presents Talks and Photos with Themes of Water and the World, May 12
May 8, 2012
Grand Island Artist Paula Sciuk’s photograph, entitled “Sanguine,” (2012, pigment ink on paper, 36" w x 24”) is part of a series of photos of local waterways on display at the New York Power Authority’s Power Vista through September. The installation entitled, “State of Miscibility” explores the solubility of one liquid into another and is a part of year-long University at Buffalo series of talks and art installations called “Fluid Culture.” Sciuk will discuss her work at a free, family-friendly presentation on Saturday, May 12, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the Niagara Power Vista in Lewiston.
Photo Credit: Paula Sciuk
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