MFA Candidate Meg Roussos' Thesis Exhibition at Tipton Gallery

Meg Roussos, Pseudo Night, 1, 2018, Archival Pigment Print 
B L A Z E
Meg Roussos
Tipton Gallery
September 19 - October  4, 2019
Closing Reception on Friday, October 4, 6-8pm

Tipton Gallery is excited to announce Meg Roussos' solo exhibition, B L A Z E, comprising four different series of work made over this past year.  For their exhibition, Roussos uses the landscape as her backdrop and walking as the foundation to explore various experiences in the landscape from the highly personal to the social and technological.

Rousso' artistic practice is cultivated from personal experiences in the wilderness.  She discovered that her artistic approach need to be physical.  Her art requires trekking in the landscape, often alone in unideal conditions. She carries her camera, introduces human-made entities into the landscape, or methodically walks a hillside.  Roussos works across multiple disciplines to allow her ideas to take form in photographic prints and artist books, documentation of land art, and videos.

The Tipton Gallery is located at 126 Spring St. Downtown Johnson City, TN.  Events are free and open to the public.  Open on Thursdays and Fridays, 5-7pm., first Fridays, receptions, and by appointment. For more info or to schedule a visit, call Slocumb Galleries director, Karlota Contreras-Koterby at 423-483-3179 or email contrera@etsu.edu

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