LCMA is honored to host the Spectral Evidence IV exhibit from October 15 through October 30, 2021 with an opening reception October 15th from 4pm - 7pm.
The Lake County Museum of Art (LCMA) and the UCF-Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (UCF-CARD) are proud to, once again, collaborate on Spectral Evidence IV, bringing artists on the Autism Spectrum to Lake County for a new exhibit at LCMA.
The artists, who see life from a different perspective, bring with them a liberating take on themes, materials, and detail. Their work actively points to the unique talents of many individuals who embrace and work through the challenges of autism, and who strive every day to find their place. This year's artistic expressions will include digital graphics, drawings, photography, and a musical recital during the opening reception which will be held at LCMA, October 15, 2021 from 4pm – 7pm.
the extravagantly satirical world of Nadia Bloom
"Sans" - variations on a viral character
"the things I like" - president's gallery
"talent is a force of nature" - a 4 year old's dynamic drawings and colorings
"home is where my heart is"
"what's Dustin doing?" - a thick book of daily drawings
"incidental manifestation of train track crossings present" -photography