Elegantly poetic, Jennifer D. Printz’s work explores the interplay between the material and intangible aspects of our world. Delicately rendered surfaces seamlessly combine with photographic elements as an invitation to ponder what we do and do not know. Printz, an associate professor of studio art at Hollins University, produced the works in her upcoming solo show, An Almost Unnoticed Quietus: Sabbatical Work by Jennifer D. Printz while on sabbatical in Maryland, Paris, and Roanoke. The exhibit will be on display in the Wilson Gallery of the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University from October 5–December 20. An opening reception and artist lecture will be held from 5–8 PM on Wednesday, October 5 (lecture at 6 PM). See more of Printz’s work at cutandtrace.com.