Two exhibits open at Irvine Fine Arts Center

Two new exhibits open at the Irvine Fine Arts Center in November, featuring paintings, sculptures and assemblages that explore the past to imagine the future.

Two new exhibits open at the Irvine Fine Arts Center in November, featuring paintings, sculptures and assemblages that explore the past to imagine the future.

The “Infinite Timeline” exhibit features sculptures by Regina Herod and paintings by Alexandra Wiesenfeld. Each artist uses repurposed materials such as wax, wood, metal, paper and plastic to illustrate the cyclical generation of new life from the detritus of history.

The “In This World” exhibit explores the process of photography to reimagine the world and draw us into its lesser explored corners. These artists transform everyday subjects into speculative encounters that invigorate curiosity and sentiment.

The free exhibit runs from Nov. 12 to Feb. 11. The opening reception is from 2 to 4 p.m. Nov. 19. The center is at Heritage Community Park.


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