“This will be our little secret” opens on May 4, with a reception in the gallery from 5:00-6:30. The exhibition continues through May 13.
Ry Webster expands the processes of painting, mixed media and collage with family textiles and photographs as a means of creating mass and dimensionality both physically and emotionally. In a way like quilting, personal memories are seamed and woven as she creates tributes to departed loved ones, allowing the viewers a sense of comfort for themselves.
Through a process-based approach to painting, drawing and printmaking, Conor Flynn’s work explores systems of visual interaction as a metaphor for chaotic systems in nature. In his line drawings, color studies, and layered prints, there is a provisional set of rules applied to the process of mark-making in order to create spatial networks. Like a Rorschach test, each image offers a moment to explore one’s own mental projections.
In addition to the work of Ry Webster and Conor Flynn, there will be a small group exhibition that includes the work of all five graduating seniors.