The “Enduring Endeavors” exhibition investigates artistic choices about
what is "classic" or basic to human experience. In this case, the subject
matter is primarily architecture. The "style" of the subject matter is secondary.
"Classical” (or historically accepted) architecture has significance
and resonance over generations. It communicates symbols and
norms and aspirations which are continuous to the human condition.
The design and art of all eras can rise to the level of being "classic".
There are accepted icons, from ancient to modern, which have risen
to join the canon of the greatest and truest representations of who
we are and how we see ourselves. All are "classical" and timeless
in that much broader sense.
The exhibition presents a variety of artistic approaches and mediums;
all of which are unified principally by the talent and artistic focus that
is brought to bear in the re-telling of a timeless story of architecture.