Artist couple Felice House and Dana Younger present painting and sculpture that studies, observes, processes and transmutes the wild spaces and creatures of Texas. Their work follows in the footsteps of painter Thomas Cole, father of the Hudson River School, who believed that the American wilderness was sacred and essential to our nation's identity. He said, “There is in the human mind an almost inseparable connection between the beautiful and the good, so that if we contemplate the one the other seems present.”
The artwork in this show is about caring. It is about our times, our world, and the Promethean moment humans are experiencing which is demanding new choices in how we engage with each other and the planet.