The Mayan Cycle
January 11 to March 11, 2018
Reception and Artist Talk: Sunday, January 14th from 2:30–4:30 p.m
Artist Talk at 3:00 p.m.
The Mayan Cycle is a series of large-scale paintings filled with symbolism, patterns, and beautiful rich colors. They are interpretations of daily Mayan life, rituals, and mythology. The Mayan culture has a long tradition of utilizing scribes to document beliefs, observations of the skies, rituals, and the beauty they witnessed on a daily basis—their cycles of life. In this exhibition, Gersóhn, becomes a “visual scribe” to visually narrate the stories of Mayan cultural traditions.
At the reception, Gersóhn will discuss his interest in Mayan culture, why this series is especially important to his identity, and how being a self-taught artist informs his work.
More information can be found at his website: gersohn.wix.com
Visit our Current Exhibitions page for more details and images.
Free parking is available directly across from the church in Saints Lot. The facility is handicapped accessible.