Please join us this Friday, January 4th, from 6 to 9 pm for "The Kingman – Means of Escape", an exhibition of new works by Fidalis Buehler.
Raised sometimes in the South Pacific, sometimes stateside, by a white American father and a Kiribati mother, Fidalis Buehler began his studies at the University of Hawaii not in fine art but in business. On the strength of drawings in the margins of his assignments, he was persuaded to switch majors, career trajectories, and identities. The split, divided—but also multiple—Identity is one of many themes played out in his work (drawing in the margins might also be).
"The Kingman – Means of Escape" will include works in a variety of mediums and price points. The show will run through January 26th.
Friday's opening coincides with Downtown Provo's January Art Stroll, and is free and open to the public.