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Internalizing the External: A New Perspective on Nature by Ran Adler

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July 24 @ 8:00 am 2:00 pm

With nature as his teacher, Ran Adler transforms the rough and disordered materials found in the meandering wild into works imbued with harmony and intention. The assemblages in this exhibition, curated specifically for the Garden’s unique spaces, highlight Adler’s meditative approach to life and creating, finding peace in chaos. View this exhibition in Kapnick Hall and Fogg Café July 20 – October 27.

About the Artist

As a child, Ran Adler was drawn to nature and natural materials. Coming home with pockets full of plants, he was and is a collector of inspiration. As a self-taught creator, Adler opened his first floral studio in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1986. By the mid-90s, he started to lean into assemblage art as his medium. Adler, now a full-time artist, has lived and worked in Naples, Florida, for 20 years and has completed commissions for collectors throughout the United States and internationally. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries in Colorado, Florida, Missouri, and New Mexico.

Meet the Artist

Welcome to Ran’s world. Join assemblage artist, Ran Adler, inside Kapnick Hall to ask questions and engage in conversation all while exploring his harmonious installation.

Select Saturdays from 11am – 1pm:
Saturday, September 7
Saturday, October 19

This relaxed drop-in opportunity is included with Garden admission; no registration is required.

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