CHAL member Karin Edgett opens her single artist exhibit series called TRUTH featuring acrylic mono prints. Edgett explains this show of hers, “We question truth that our parents taught, we question truth that our institutions preach. We question truth when we are young, and we question truth when we want to evolve. Truth is a particularly potent subject right now. As we become more familiar with the world around us as energy, as quantum physics suggests, we also learn that we have even more control over how what we want ourselves, our country, our world, to evolve.”
“This series of paintings are truth seekers for me. At first they challenged what is truth in a painting as they appeared, but they soon became an obsession to see what is not yet known as truth. I keep painting and looking until an evolved truth is revealed. I invite everyone to open their hearts and seek new truths.”~ Karen Edgett
Karin Edgett at the Hill Center Galleries/photo by Karen Cohen
Opening Reception: Oct. 11, 7:30pm-9pm
Classical guitar music by Mark Fishbein will accompany my show during the October opening.
When: Oct 5-Dec. 10, 2017
Opening Reception with artists: Wednesday, October 11, 7:30~9pm
Holiday Reception with artists: Sunday, December 10, 3~5pm
Also exhibiting in a solo show at the Hill Center is new member and photographer, writer, producer, director, Michael Ford. His work called HOMEPLACE centers in old time Mississippi some forty years ago. The Mississippi work is in the collection of the American Folklife Center of the Library of Congress. Ford has created an amazing Q-READER link that gives viewers an audible snippet that pairs with the photograph. Be sure to download a Q-Reader app to your phone to enjoy the sound portion of his exhibit. It is well worth it! This is photojournalism in its truest form!