When: Aug. 17-Sept. 9 2012
Andy Curlowe and Janet Bruhn display works that examine humanity’s relationship with nature. Bruhn uses an unflinching realism to render scenes like half-eaten food and overgrown lots, demonstrating how the world goes on without our attention or consent. In pieces like “I Can’t Wait for Winter,” left, Curlowe meshes together natural landscapes and geometric figures meant to invoke schematics, contrasting nature’s aimless patterns with human systemization. An opening reception will be held Friday, August 17, from 6 to 11 p.m. Through September 9 at 3910 Lorain Ave. Call 216-407-9558 or go to buckbuckcle.com.