Anasazi Inspire Digital Works By Dan Cross

Idea Gallery’s Exhibit 3 features a new series of digital paintings by Dan Cross. His inspiration came from the First Nation Anasazi, who inhabited the southwestern United States and flourished between 200 B.C. and A.D. 1500.

“I visited Chaco Canyon in New Mexico 35 years ago,” Cross said. “The First Nation Anasazi lived [there] hundreds of years ago. It was a very spiritual place. The terrain, with its wildness and timelessness, made a lasting impression. This body of work searches for what is beyond visible – an exploration of the subconscious, imagining an otherworldliness, an omnipresent spiritual experience.”

Idea Gallery (, 920.655.1340), at 6551 Cty T in West Jacksonport, is open daily, 11 am – 5 pm.

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