PUBLIC: Taxodium distichum (Swampy wheatpaste) exhibition by Lorna Ruth Galloway2021-04-20T12:01:34-04:00
PAW Week Programming – Taxodium distichum (Swampy Wheatpaste) Exhibition by Lorna Ruth Galloway, MFA 2016

Florida International University MFA graduate Lorna Ruth Galloway is a Miami-based American artist who, as a point of departure, draws upon her experiences growing up blocks from US highway one and witnessing impermanence in the
sub-tropical urban landscape. The aesthetics of the American roadside have been an integral part
of the formation of her visual world-view. Works in photo-based printmaking techniques,
screen-printing, polaroid transfers, video, and large tiled wheat paste installations explore space,
time, nostalgia, and the mediated experience. Her work begs the audience to question how it is
made. Currently, she is working as an educator in the Florida state college system and has lives
with her one year old tortoiseshell cat named Chloe.

To learn more about Lorna Ruth Galloway, click here

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