The Front Row

“Interstitial Spaces”

At the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, we look at the work of artists Julia Barello and Beverly Penn.  Both of them create installations that evoke the plant world: Penn by making bronze castings of real flowers, leaves, stems, branches and seed-pods; Barello by cutting plant-parts out of sheets of exposed x-ray, MRI, and other types of medical-imaging film.


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Julia Barello and Beverly Penn talk with Bob Stevenson.