“What adventures and questions fill your mind as you sleep? What magic resides in that territory where dreams and our own self-awareness converge?” These are the questions René Treece Roberts hopes visual art enthusiasts will explore during a free multiartist exhibit of photography, encaustics, collage, illustration and drawing. The collection, composed of pieces by Roberts and fellow Asheville artists Dona Barnet, Hannah Dansie and Nicole McConville, among others, aims to evoke thoughts on both individual experience and the “collective unconscious” as they relate to the colorful spectrum of dream states. The Satellite Gallery will house the women’s showcase for the duration of May with an opening artists’ reception on Friday, May 1, from 7-9 p.m. thesatellitegallery.com. “Dear One” photograph by Roberts
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