December 11, 2009
Kendra Marable's mantra might as well be "God don't make no junk!" The Lawrence artist has an uncanny ability to find objects that surpass the realm of novelty. Such objects form the foundation for her new exhibit, "What Remains To Be Seen," a collection of distinct mixed media prints and wild shrines to a bygone era. Growing up on a farm in Minnesota bonded Marable to the land, food and culture around her — a connection that guides her as she hunts for "junk" across the Midwest. Along with her confessed love of all things sparkly, Marable divulges her psychic ability to find plastic fruit and more in this edition of A.D.D.
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