Amy Boone-McCreesh’s appreciation of art’s material nature was on view in “The Sum of the Parts,” a fine group exhibition that the Baltimore artist curated earlier this year at Maryland Art Place. That appreciation should show even more when the artist’s solo show “Heritage Aesthetic” opens at Hamiltonian Gallery.
The exhibition of cut-paper, fabric and found-object sculpture showcases Boone-McCreesh’s interest in aesthetic globalism, drawing from influences as diverse as Native American tribal ornamentation and Middle Eastern decorative motifs.
Boone McCreesh’s exhibition opens Saturday with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m.
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