What is it like to work with enthusiastic, hardheaded, heartfelt, kind, generous, amazing, talented, funny, and dedicated artists who are also busy mothers whose lives can sometimes be chaotic, messy, vulnerable and real?
I'd say this with 100% certainty.
I wouldn't have it any other way.
It's been such an amazing and soul lifting experience and I'd do it again and again to work with these women/mothers/artists.
Of Two Minds
Katherine Duclos presents all new work and considers herself anew through painted and photographic self portraits as she reflects on what motherhood has revealed about her neurodivergence. Using pen and ink to create precise line drawings, Emiko Venlet pivots from her regular still life paintings to her inner beast and beauty, calling forth a personal mythology in her drawings. Lydia Cecilia questions and reconstructs female agency in floral collages in order to take ownership and control of her own feminine identity and power as a woman on her own and in her family. Laura Clark will be exhibiting photographs and sculptures of found and collected objects she has broken and remade, creating new works that hold space for memory, nostalgia, and questions of who we are after loss.
May 7-8th 12-5pm
May 14-15 1-4pm
May 21-22 1-4pm
Mid week viewings are available by appointment.