Artist Talk at Art From Scrap for Young Americans
On Sunday, November 20th, at 1:00 pm, the Art From Scrap Gallery will host an Artist Talk for our latest exhibition, Young Americans. Ted Mills, host of the FunkZone Podcast, will moderate the talk with artists Larry Lytle and Adam Jahnke.
Larry Lytle is a fine artist, writer, and lecturer in Art at California State University Channel Islands. Lytle’s artwork has been shown in galleries across the country. In his latest body of work titled American Pursuits, Lytle uses these figures to pose the question, “What would it look like to live in an America where everyone carried a gun?”
Adam Jahnke utilizes photography to explore questions and themes that are often shared between social and political ecology. Jahnke’s work muses on the expectation of our technological future and its co-existence with the needs that define ecological harmony. Jahnke’s sense of composition as well as content often leaves viewers feeling nostalgic, uncomfortable or challenged.
Ted Mills is a writer, director, and artist.
We can’t wait to see you on Sunday in the AFS Gallery. Don’t miss the dynamic exchange of ideas at this free event.
Young Americans is a group show that features the work of Adam Jahnke (photography), Larry Lytle (photography), Mahader Tesfai (painting), and Yvette Dibos (digital film). Young Americans will be in the Art From Scrap Gallery through December 4, 2016. Gallery hours are Thursday & Friday: 11 am to 6 pm and Saturday & Sunday 10 am to 4 pm.