The Art Center Highland Park (TAC) unveiled a pop-up exhibition in the Cortesi Gallery earlier this month showcasing the work of three powerful women artists—Sheila Arora, Laurie Kwo, and Erin Kaya.
Inspired by the quote “Who is she? She is someone who is gentle but powerful. Strong and courageous. Someone who pays attention to the little things and adds beauty to the world. She’s an artist, a friend and someone who cares for and celebrates others,” the She x Three exhibit is the result of three artists coming together to explore the unknown meanings around abstraction, blurring lines, figures, and color.
They each have had their own artistic successes and felt that together their work would push the boundaries of abstract art in a unique direction.
Running through September 30, She x Three corresponds with the Unbearable Memories, Unspeakable Histories, part 2 and Partition Anti-Memorial Project with Pritika Chowdhry exhibit and Borders and Boundaries Redefined, a group show.
A nonprofit organization, TAC is the North Shore’s home for artistic discovery and creative exploration. Through innovative programs, exhibits, and classes designed for all levels and ages, TAC provides a welcoming space for our diverse communities to experience and participate in the arts.
The She x Three exhibit runs through the end of September. The Art Center Highland Park is located at 1957 Sheridan Road in Highland Park. For more information, call 847-432-1888 or visit theartcenterhp.org.