In her first local show, Oxford artist L. Emma Mills will showcase her work in “Entropy Through the Looking Glass” at The Jill Kraft Gallery housed at the Artists’ Palette in downtown Norwich.
Mills, a multi-media artist, says her work is mostly inspired by music, art history, architecture, and the natural world stating also one topic that seems to find its’ way into her work is “the entropy created by humanity,” according to a media release.
Mills will exhibit roughly a dozen pieces for the opening from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27. Light refreshments and music by local musician, Nathan Russell Cole.
The artist has pen and ink work in a permanent display at the West Tampa Centre of the Arts in Tampa Florida and sculptural furniture on permanent display at Kaleisia Tea Lounge, also in Tampa.
This show is part of the Fourth Friday event that takes place each month throughout downtown Norwich. Fourth Friday features several of the downtown storefronts and features an “art walk” which travels up and down North and South Broad streets and East and West along the Main streets.
Coinciding with the Mills exhibit, photographer Kathleen Moser will be featured at Made in Chenango along North Broad street.
For more information about the Fourth Friday event or about the Jill Kraft Gallery call 244-1445 or visit www.norwichpalette.com.