Jescia Hoffman Hopper

Wonderlust

September 14, 2017 - December 14, 2017
Jescia Hoffman Hopper: Wonderlust

Creativity Gallery

Wonderlust is an immersive experience: a mixed media installation intended to take the viewer on a trip through the imagination and back to the childhood realm of impossible worlds. Hopper began building enveloping physical spaces as a way to push herself out of her comfort zone as a painter. The structures serve as an escape from the apocalyptic scenes of her watercolor paintings, which are reactions against political vitriol and the stresses of adulthood.

  • Dan Francis Photography

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Reflections on Portraits and Abstractions from the Collection

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Civility is for the Birds: Mackenzie Kouba

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NDSU Department of Architecture & Landscape Architecture

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