A Walk Remembered: an installation of Alice Ballard’s white works
Nature conjures images of the power of fecundity, the quiet of meditation, and the sensuousness of form. Though nature is often equated with vastness, the ocean or the Blue Ridge, Alice Ballard reminds us that the miracle of nature is often condensed into the smallest pod, fruit, or twig that we step on or bypass in our rush to scenic grandeur. Ballard creates A Walk Remembered by arranging and grouping her sculptural clay forms on low pedestals that make a winding path through Greenville Technical College’s Riverworks Gallery, giving a similar perspective to making discoveries on our walks. On view April 27 – May 26. Free.