‘I SHOT AN ARROW’ EXHIBIT OPENS

Ominous oceans, dreamlike landscapes, ghostly figures, curious doorways and planes of abstraction. This is the kind of artwork that will share space in the upcoming exhibition “I Shot an Arrow” at Irvine Fine Arts Center.

Ominous oceans, dreamlike landscapes, ghostly figures, curious doorways and planes of abstraction.

This is the kind of artwork that will share space in the upcoming exhibition “I Shot an Arrow” at Irvine Fine Arts Center.

Featuring paintings, sculptures and large-scale photography, the works are held together by themes of “uncertainty,” “consciousness” and “discovery.”

Participating artists include Luciana Abait, Sydney Croskery, Christian Franzen, Hayley Quentin and Joshua Thomen.

The free exhibit will run Oct. 16-Dec. 18 and is open to walk-in visitors. The opening reception is 2-4 p.m. Oct. 16.

Irvine Fine Arts Center is at 14321 Yale Ave., adjacent to Irvine High School.

For more information, visit cityofirvine.org, click on Play and then Irvine Fine Arts Center.


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