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‘Recursion’ and ‘Shape of Things’ Exhibitions Open At Center for the Arts

Two new exhibitions opening at the Carrollton Center for the Arts this week feature an eclectic mix of shapes, media and multidimensional formats.

Recursion: Works by Ananda Balingit-LeFils, will run May 27 – July 8. Balingit-Lefils’ work features paintings inspired by early American folk paintings, ancient allegorical imagery and the Southern landscape. She is an art professor at Florida State University and studio artist in Tallahassee, Florida.

“Visitors will be fascinated by the figures in Recursion,” said Carrollton Visual Arts Coordinator Marcella Kuykendall. “The artist creates characters that look like collages but are completely produced by painting and drawing. Delicate graphite faces intermix with colorful and intricate gouache and watercolor patterns that make the works seem just a little fantastical or whimsical.”

Carlos Anduze’s Shape of Things to Come, opened Monday and will run through July 1. Anduze uses marble, stucco, resin and acrylic to create his abstract, three-dimensional work, featuring all shapes and forms.
The two exhibitions will share an opening reception at the Center for the Arts, May 27, at 5:00 p.m.
Both exhibits have echoes in Center for the Arts next Gallery Play workshop, Texture and Richness Through Pattern, June 5. For more information about the workshop, contact the center at (770) 838-1083.

What: Carlos Anduze’s Shape of Things to Come and Recursion: Works by Ananda Balingit-LeFils exhibitions
When: Through July 8, 2021; Opening reception May 27 at 5:00 p.m.
Where: Carrollton Center for the Arts
For questions concerning these events or the Carrollton Center for the Arts, please call Tim Chapman, Arts Superintendent at (770) 838-1083.