Embracing impermanence

  From John Christian Anderson's show "My Inheritance,'' at Boston Sculptors Gallery, through July 23. He used scavenged materials and handcrafted elements. The resulting sculptures, says the gallery, "present themselves as facsimiles and simultaneously evoke an ominous dark element along with a humorous sensibility.''    His work embraces "impermanence, imperfection, and incompleteness as a way to express personal narratives while also reflecting a world that is becoming more ephemeral and out of balance.''    

From John Christian Anderson's show "My Inheritance,'' at Boston Sculptors Gallery, through July 23. He used scavenged materials and handcrafted elements. The resulting sculptures, says the gallery, "present themselves as facsimiles and simultaneously evoke an ominous dark element along with a humorous sensibility.''

His work embraces "impermanence, imperfection, and incompleteness as a way to express personal narratives while also reflecting a world that is becoming more ephemeral and out of balance.''