Larry Stene ādavision: ādaboy

Artist's Talk & Exhibition Reception:
March 9, 7pm

Washington and Lee's sculpture professor, Larry Stene, will present recent work in this post-sabbatical exhibition. Stene unites traditional sculptural materials, such as wood and metal, with found objects to create work that references modern art and history with wit and humor. This exhibition will also feature digital prints in which Stene explores high dynamic range imaging, a method of photography that allows for greater tonal detail and intensity of light. Stene earned his MFA in sculpture from the University of Illinois and has taught design and sculpture in the Washington and Lee Art Department for 30 years

Right: Boat Rudder Rear, 2010, archival ink jet print, 16 x 24 in.
Above: Summer of Luv (detail), 2010, archival ink jet print, 16 x 24 in.