Foster Gallery Opens with "Many Windows" Exhibition
Foster Gallery is delighted to announce that Boston-based painter Cheryl Warrick will kick off the 2013-2014 gallery season with the exhibition “Many Windows."
The show features richly textured works embedded with images the artist terms ‘archetypes’—easily identifiable visuals that beg endless narrative questions. Warrick’s paintings are about conversations, but the dialogue takes place between images, between the viewer and the work, and between generations and cultures unpacking the same visual information in different ways.
Like any good conversation, the exchange of ideas is rich and nuanced and the experience of the encounter lingers in one’s mind. Ideas that seem straightforward at first take on new meaning with each layer of ‘dialogue’ between imagery that is really a series of characters sharing intimate stories, personal and singular to each viewer. In “Many Windows,” Warrick offers just that—multiple frameworks—to access, understand and interpret the interplay of her multilayered and deceptively complex images.
Warrick will be in the gallery for the opening reception on Thursday, September 12, from 6-8 pm. She will also visit classes on Friday, September 20, to discuss her work and hold workshops with students.
For more information about Cheryl Warrick or to see more of her work, please visit her website.
For questions about the show or about Foster Gallery, please contact Gallery Director John Dorsey at firstname.lastname@example.org.