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When We See Further

When We See Further


Wasmer Art Gallery
October 16 - November 19, 2020


Four South Florida artists working in diverse media exhibit their work together for the first time. Heather Couch (West Palm Beach), Marina Font (Miami), Renee Rey (Naples) and Terre Rybovich (Homestead) come together to address themes of impermanence, spirituality and the physical body. Direct body impressions and mark making are a common form of expression as each artist creates unique narratives marking time and place. Sculpture, ceramics, photography, drawing and painting are all represented in this collaborative exhibition.


Sponsored by Gene and Lee Seidler and the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture and WGCU Public Media


Image credit: (from left to right) Renee Rey, 22 Ti Transmutation (detail),  2020, Oil, graphite, sand paper on canvas, 48 x 30"; Heather Couch, Demosthenes (detail), 2019, Wood, stoneware, raw wool and twine, 96 x 48 x52”; Marina Font, Untitled (detail), 2019, Archival pigment print on canvas, gesso, found textiles and thread, 84 x 56”; Terre Rybovich, Gadget & Other Mementos (detail), 2019, Pastel & charcoal on paper, 66 x 50” framed
















Opening Gallery Talk with the Artists

Video by Matthew Burge