Artist Lisa Bergh explores emotional and metaphorical markers in her exhibition at Silverwood Park’s gallery. Using geometrical shapes of shocking pink, spring green, and other vibrant colors, Bergh contemplates topography and mapping through a visceral dialogue of gesture and place. Based in rural Minnesota, Bergh is the co-founder of Traveling Museum, and advocates for artists outside of the metro area through her role as executive director of the Hutchinson Center for the Arts. Can sculpture inform how we feel about place, moving through space, and how we are rooted in the world? Visit Silverwood to find out. Also see the exhibition “Gone Is the Seed” by Margi Grill, which features botanical illustrations of invasive—yet often beautiful—plants in Minnesota.