Through July 16
Finnish artist Inari Krohn has had a long and versatile career. She has written two biographical books and has illustrated a book written by her sister Leena Krohn. Of her exhibit, Krohn says this: “In the course of work, observations change their form and, in the result, the work differs from the initial observation. Observation is the point of reference, which turns into interpretation. Interpretation comprises also other elements – memories and feelings. For me, nature is one indivisible whole from which I take some parts and put into my emotional experience. Big elements and small details join together. The scale changes, the big turns into the small.” Krohn’s exhibit will be on display through July 16.