Lawrence, KS – The Baker Wetlands is pleased to present Carsten Meier, who will be installing and displaying his permanent site-specific sculpture, Zirkel No. 1 at the Baker Wetlands outside of Lawrence. The artist reception and talk will run from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, March 29th at the Baker Wetlands Discovery Center.
We are happy to announce that the Baker University Holt-Russell Gallery will be hosting photographer, Carsten Meier. Carsten is the winning recipient of the 2017 Baker Wetlands Competition for his photographic work in the natural environment. His work will not only be displayed in a solo show at the Holt-Russell Gallery throughout the month of March but will also be installing and displaying a sculpture at the Baker Wetlands. With the help from multiple departments at Baker University in conjunction with the Baker Wetlands staff, Carsten will construct and present a sculpture within the grounds of the wetlands to illustrate his affinity for natural, authentic art and how it can mold with the natural landscape.