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CURRENT EXHIBITION

The Dress / Memory and Metaphor
Marilyn Parkinson Thrall

March 16–April 29, 2018

Opening Reception: March 16, 5:30pm

ArtWalk Book Club: "The Hours"
Thursday, March 22, 5:30-7 pm


Women's Gathering & Artist Talk
Thursday, April 12, 5:30

Marilyn Parkinson Thrall’s sculptures have moved from figures to clothing. She creates dresses void of figure to represent the space between our public and private lives.  How we look and what we wear determines who we are in the public eye. She works in monochromatic tones to give the sculptures a ghostlike quality.

Special thanks to the Edward C. & Ann T. Roberts Foundation for its support of our 2017-2018 ArtWalk season.

 

 


UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

Linguistics Beheld
Adam Viens

May 18–June 29, 2018

“Linguistics Beheld” is an exhibition of new work that deals with that nature of language and the presence of visual language in art. Viens feels art brings matters of the intangible back into the physical domain. These works apply literary tools such as metaphor and allegory. Upon observation, one may find a truth each unique to them. The works are layered with suggestions, associations, connotations, and self-references. Meaning is dependent on dissection and the consequent pursuit of context clues. Much like the interpretation of a dream, one must first find their bearings in order for relationships, themes, and motifs to become apparent. Though a work may be personally motivated in its creation and content, every work has an undeniable undertone of the universality of human experience.

Special thanks to the Edward C. & Ann T. Roberts Foundation for its support of our 2017-2018 ArtWalk season.

"No", 2016



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