Now on View: Forces of Nature

SAN Arts Program’s 2019 temporary exhibition Forces of Nature is on view now.

The yearlong airport-wide exhibition features sixteen distinct exhibitors whose artwork and collections explore the complexity, fragility, and beauty of our natural landscape. Selected by a jury of art professionals, the participants were chosen based on their creativity, unique use of media and relevance to the exhibition theme. Of the eighteen sites that make up the exhibition, seven are located before the security checkpoint and eleven are post-security. 

From Charles Reiffel and the California plein air painters, to mid-century Land Art, artists have long been drawn to San Diego’s unique natural environs as a source of inspiration. San Diego County encompasses 4,500 square miles — larger than the states of Rhode Island and Delaware combined — and encompasses four distinct geographical regions: the coast, valleys, mountains and desert. The four geographies that make up our county can be aligned to the four classical elements: the 70 miles of coastline and our vast beaches represent water, the fertile inland valleys embody earth, the mountains that tower over our urban centers provide us with clean, crisp air, and the dry, sweltering deserts whose wildflowers spark to life each spring symbolize fire.
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Selections from Forces of Nature at the University Club

The Arts Program has partnered with the University Club’s Arts Committee to exhibit selections from Forces of Nature at the club atop Symphony Towers. The 
exhibition will be on display at the University Club from July 22 – October 12, 2019. 

The University Club’s Arts Committee and exhibition program was established in 2010 in an effort to highlight the San Diego arts community with quarterly exhibitions, tours, and artist talks. 
Photo Credit: Pablo Mason
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