This three-person exhibition will highlight the work of Nina Earley, Stacey Piwinski and Brian Wilson. These three artists allow their artistic processes to be guided by memories and, each in their own way, depict people, places and things that trigger the return of these memories, transforming thoughts into forms of artistic expression.
Nina Earley combines alternative photographic processes and textiles, Stacey Piwinski uses unconventional hand-woven fabrics and painting, and Brian Wilson incorporates photography and sculpture creating a rich mix of material, process, and textures into one memorable exhibition.
|Nina Earley, Stacey Piwinski, and Brian Wilson at the opening reception of Persistent Memories|
|Photo of the Bancroft Gallery with work by Stacey Piwinski|
|Photo of the Bancroft Gallery with work by Brian Wilson|
|Photo of the Bancroft Gallery with work by Nina Earley|
|Work by Brian Wilson and Stacey Piwinski|
The South Shore Art Center will host their 61st Arts Festival on June 17, 18, and 19th. For more information about the festival visit the website http://www.ssac.org/festival.asp
Please come visit the show and help participating in creating a group weaving on Saturday June 18th with Stacey Piwinski. Hope to see you then!