Logan Lecture: Lucas Reiner
Lucas Reiner has often used trees as a motif, including those in a series of etchings portraying the Stations of the Cross for St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. He also paints images of the trees of Los Angeles. Some have been radically trimmed to accommodate urban living and now reflect the impact the city has on nature’s ability to adapt and survive. Reiner says, “I now see Los Angeles differently, especially the insistent dedication of nature to grow in spite of the restrictions placed upon it…” Since 2005, Reiner has also explored the atmospheric effects of fireworks.
Note: Interstate 25 will be closed October 3, 5–10 pm, for the presidential debate at the University of Denver. Details
All Logan Lectures begin at 7 pm in the Sharp Auditorium at the Denver Art Museum’s Frederic C. Hamilton Building. Doors open at 6:15 pm.
$8 students and DAM volunteers, $12 DAM Contemporaries members and artists, $15 DAM members, $18 non-members
For more information or to purchase tickets, call 720-913-0130.
Sponsored by Vicki and Kent Logan and DAM Contemporaries, a DAM support group.