It’s starting to feel like fall out there—and there’s no better time to go art walking! Join us on Friday, October 3 for the opening reception of Structure, from 5 – 8pm.
We’ll be presenting a selection of new paintings by Jennifer Smith Rogers in this exhibition. Jennifer is best known for her architectural pieces, from roofscapes to Charleston landmarks. For this show, each of Jennifer’s works represents a structure of some sort – though the works certainly aren’t limited to architecture. A structure is defined as “an arrangement of parts, elements, or constituents.”
“I love painting Charleston’s historic homes and buildings, but for this show I was also inspired to seek out some unlikely architectural subjects,” says Jennifer. “Old seafood shacks, rustic barns.” But her concept of structure goes beyond brick-and-mortar buildings. “Each painting juxtaposes a man-made structure against organic structures, such as clouds and trees.”
Structure will be on view at Anglin Smith Fine Art, at 9 Queen Street in Charleston, from October 3 to October 17.