THE FOCUS

"The works in Edgelands mine the in-between spaces in the diminishing wildernesses of southern wetlands. They chase captured moments in the life cycles of forests, marshes and estuaries, illuminating transition and transformation in a dissolving world. Forming and unforming, these spaces unfold and regenerate ceaselessly, fragmenting into reflection and continually settling into new iterations of themselves." Maysey Craddock, Studio Visit, 2019 (photo: Tracy Treadwell) Maysey Craddock, Studio Visit, 2019 (photo: Tracy Treadwell) "I work from imagery based on my own photographs of...

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Curatorial Statement: "Many of us are taught as children to avoid “airing out dirty laundry.” Starting with the secrets collected about our families, we are carefully instructed what can and cannot be shared. As we grow older, we are taught first-hand the negative impact of dirty laundry being aired, the first time a friend breaks our trust or we break theirs, the importance of secret keeping is established. In adulthood we learn that dirty laundry has a line, one that is d...

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Curatorial Statement: "Each of these artists finds their way of highlighting the relationship between the material and pictorial qualities of their work. Pattern and image work in conjunction with material, be it paint, caulk, woven fabric, or found plastics. These are selections where I see both as equal players, where one makes the other. It is this combination, this quality in an artwork, that makes me linger, digest, and return – an unfolding experience that rewards close looking." Featuring Eleanor Al...

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