Laura M. Lencioni

This November, join us for an opening, a visual conversation and a panel discussion.
Opening Reception, Friday, November 6th from 6-9 pm

Relationships. Cynthia Vaicunas, Chicago’s Bulgarian Children and Laura Lencioni portray their relationships with art and the earth and the language necessary to convey these thoughts during ARC’s November exhibit.

A Panel Discussion including the Bulgarian children artists will be held Sunday, Nov 15 at 3:00.

Exhibition dates: October 28 through November 21, 2015  
Gallery hours: Wed to Sat 12-6 pm, and Sun. 12-4 pm 

In Italian, semenza means “a sown field”, as in a field of wheat or other similar crop. It also refers to the batch of seeds used to sow a field, and, more abstractly, the “cause, reason, subject, spring or root.” *
Lencioni has an avid interest in all things agricultural, as well as all things artistic, and she is always looking for ways to combine her passion for organic gardening with her passion for creating art. Semenza is a fitting title for a body of work devoted to exploring the connection between the creative forces at work in the garden and the creative process of the artist.

*From: “Italiano ed Englese” by Giuseppe Marco Antonio Baretti.