Artist Nina Elder, a native of Colorado Springs who now lives in New Mexico, is a part of the new exhibition “Atomic Landscapes” at Colorado College’s IDEA Space.
In this audio interview, she spoke about why she's drawn to do photo-realistic drawings of landscapes that have been manipulated by human industry and the military.
Elder will also deliver a lecture and slide show titled “Nonlinear Creative Research: From Piles of Rocks to Polar Bears” at the GOCA 121 downtown gallery next Monday, April 4 at 7 p.m.
Click HERE for more information about the exhibition and events related to "Atomic Landscapes" at Colorado College's IDEA Space, which runs through May 7.
Click HERE for details about Nina Elder's lecture "Nonlinear Creative Research: From Piles of Rocks to Polar Bears" at the GOCA 121 downtown gallery next Monday, April 4 at 7 p.m.
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