Wynne Reynolds: Words that Wound: The Language of Misogyny
Katherine Johnson: Here and Now
May 18 - June 3, 2018
- Opening Reception: Friday, May 18 from 5-10pm
Words that Wound: the language of misogyny by Wynne Reynolds is a visualization of the effect of language on thought, from the forgotten vocabulary of our ancestors to current phrases that create harmful perceptions of femininity. Wynne's amalgam of traditionally masculine hardware and feminine fiber arts reminds us that such stereotypes are artificial, in fact "man made." A combination of 2-D and 3-D works, as well as audience participation pieces, creates a dynamic show not to be missed.
Here and Now by Katherine Johnson Today is where I want to be in this life, where existence is what it has come to be, for better or for worse. What I paint is this present moment experience, what’s true right now for me, this country, this world.
K. Johnson - "As Things Are" 36" x 48" Acrylic on canvas 2017
Fridays 5-10 pm
Saturdays 12-5 pm
Sundays 12-5 pm
7001 W. Colfax