Flight of Obscurity XVII: Nathaniel Foley

Flight of Obscurity XVII: Nathaniel Foley

Flight of Obscurity XVII features the abstract sculptures of Nathaniel Foley

About This Show

Opening Reception: Thursday November 15, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM with lecture at 7:30 PM

Flight of Obscurity XVII features the abstract sculptures of Nathaniel Foley. Foley's work references flight and the aeronautical form through cones and spires, tension wires and crates. He explores the exhilarating aspects of flight - the human desire to defy earthly limitations - as well as the sinister side of air travel: warfare. These fascinating sculptures are open to interpretation, but their dynamic forms clearly communicate this delicate balance between grace and danger.

Nathaniel Foley received his MFA from Ohio's Miami University and currently is an Assistant Professor of Sculpture at the University of Indianapolis.

The art and opinions expressed in the art included in the exhibit are the opinions of the individual artists, and do not indicate an opinion or support from Broward College. Broward College supports the United States Constitution, the right to the Freedom of Speech, and the American Flag.