May Snap Space Exhibition - Elise Gagliardi
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FREE | Now – May 31 at Kansas City Artists Coalition | Local artist Elise Gagliardi has taken simple form of the Cairn to symbolize a memorial, remembrance, and celebration of the path that’s been forged and the path ahead.
SNAP SPACE GALLERY – ELISE GAGLIARDI For centuries, people have been stacking piles of rocks in forms of towers, and mounds to signify a multitude of meanings. The Inuit people built Inukshuks as directional markers. Ovoo are piles of sacred stones piled as religious shrines for the mongolian people. All over Europe and North America Cairns have been constructed from prehistoric times until now as landmarks, trail makers, boundary lines, and more. Considering life as a pilgrimage and path thatView more
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Kansas City Artists Coalition, 201 Wyandotte Suite 105, Kansas City, MO 64105
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