Hesser’s work on display at Prairie Center
The people at the Prairie Center in Sioux Falls, S.D., have a lot on their minds when walking into the doors of the eco-friendly building. The Center is where the Avera Cancer Institute and Surgery Centers are located.
Bradley Hesser, a Dakota State University assistant professor of computer graphics, is exhibiting his artwork in the “Man and Animals: Relationship & Purpose” digital art exhibition on the Community Art Wall, located on the first floor of the Center.
“I enjoy presenting my work at the Prairie Center because it gives the audience an opportunity to separate themselves from reality through art. They can see the beauty of life, and the world, at a time when many are experiencing the most challenging time of their life,” said Hesser.
The Man and Animals exhibit comprises of artwork from numerous artists depicting a wide range of relationships man has with animals varying from fish to tigers. Hesser’s four pieces focus on the canine and amphibian relationship with humans.
The exhibition started December 17, and runs through March 1, 2013. To view the exhibit online, go to http://www.avera.org/mckennan/art/digital-wall/man-and-animals-art-exhibit/.