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Empty Spaces: Energetic Places by Brianna Harrington

Empty Spaces: Energetic Places

by Brianna Harrington

In the Main Gallery

Michelle Novak & Tom Dickhudt 

In the Underground Gallery

Empty Spaces; Energetic Places

by Brianna Harrington

Sponsored by 

Brandon P Neumann, CFP® Edward Jones Wealth Management;

and Phil Harrington

 

When we walk through the woods on a fall day it can be easy to forget all the energy transfers taking place.

What we can see is a range of wavelengths visible to the human eye. The light we see makes up less than one percent of one percent of the entire electromagnetic spectrum. In fact, humans are capable of seeing only 0.0035% of reality. 

What we perceive with our eyes isn’t all there is. We intrinsically know this when we talk about gut feelings and good vibes. Yet, it can be easy to forget when we hold a glass of water, that the glass isn’t actually solid. It’s an extremely slow moving liquid, holding a faster moving liquid.

Quantum physics shows us that even in a vacuum, even at a temperature of absolute zero, energy persists. Seemingly, out of no where.

Empty Spaces; Energetic Places asks us to reflect on the energy present in seemingly empty places and how that energy might have the power to transforms us.

Empty Spaces; Energetic Places by Brianna Harrington


Michelle Novak & Tom Dickhudt 

In the Underground Gallery

Michelle Novak and Tom Dickhudt are father and daughter, both with an interest in watercolor and mixed media art. Michelle focuses on digital art using watercolor as a base and building in texture and color using found materials. Tom captures nature in watercolor and photography. Both have been creating art for decades and have participated in many exhibits and events during that time. Michelle Novak is a marketing professional living in Apple Valley, Minn. Tom Dickhudt enjoys retired life in Center City, MN.

Michelle Novak & Tom Dickhudt  In the Underground Gallery