ARTINA 2020: LIGHT: A Sculptural Solar Dance
About the Exhibit
Under the reality of climate change, renewable energy offers solutions for the future. In this exhibit, artists use sculpture to explore the need for better environmental responsibility, re-imagining solar energy as an art form. Some artists adopted sunlight as the medium, subject matter, or energy source. Others explored how light, sun, and energy intersect, capturing the importance of sustainability: art made with sunlight—the energy source for life on Earth.
Jean Kim - Sun Burst, Beyond the Spectrum
Jeff Chyatte - Resolute II, Labyrinth
Davide Prete - Renewable Energy Policies
Ira Tattelman - Photosynthesis
Carol Brown - Goldberg Sundance
James Mallos - Noon Meeting, Equinoctal Beeline
Marc Robarge - Tree of Illuminations
Sarah Rodman - Be Here Now
- Eleven sculptures are placed throughout the spacious, rustic grounds of Sandy Spring Museum.
- Guests may view the exhibit during daylight hours, any day of the week, no reservations required.
- There is free parking onsite.
- Food Truck Fridays! Friday’s from 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm through the exhibit’s close. Each week will feature a unique local food truck. Picnic tables on the museum grounds will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. Participating trucks will be announced on Facebook.
Make a Day of It
Visiting Mid County is a great day trip for local travel. Sandy Spring Museum is located near several scenic attractions like Silo Falls restaurant, four farm breweries (Waredaca, Elder Pine, Brookeville, and Lone Oak), and several hiking trails. All within 10 miles of the museum.
*Times, dates, and prices of any activity posted to our calendars are subject to change. Please be sure to click through directly to the organization’s website to verify.