Re/frame: Orange

Orange can symbolize power, danger, excitement, and enlightenment. In different contexts, orange evokes images ranging from a bountiful fall harvest to a fiery explosion of energy. How does color affect the way we feel? How many different applications can one color have? How can the choice of color help communicate a central idea? Join us to discuss these questions and more as we examine a selection of works from the Henry's collection featuring the color orange!

Re/frame is a recurring program that delves into the Henry's extensive collection, highlighting a different group of objects each month. Join us for group discussions and the opportunity to see art rarely on public view.

Image: Irvin Tepper, Fruit Cup, 1970. Slip-cast earthenware with glazes. Henry Art Gallery, Joseph and Elaine Monsen Collection, 2004.8. 

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