Dimensions Of Dark
APRIL 3 - AUGUST 24
Mining the Collection: Dimensions of Dark featuring the work of Cathy Richardson
OPENING RECEPTION: Tuesday, April 3, 2012, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m., Doug Adams Gallery.
Catherine Richardson grew up near the Moors and Dales of Yorkshire England and attended Art College in London for her BFA. The natural world has always provided poetic intrigue for her, and she has used painting, sculptural installations and drawings as a platform to explore various ways of expressing the phenomenology of place.
After graduating with an MFA from John F Kennedy’s Arts and Consciousness program, Catherine was awarded the Sonoma County Emerging Artist Award and twice nominated for the prestigious Eureka Fellowship. She shows in galleries in the Bay Area and is represented by Hammerfiriar Gallery in Healdsburg California.
Since the opening of the Doug Adams Gallery in 2009, we have been reflecting on our relationship with the Badè Museum, and on the connecting currents that unite our respective missions. Both sides of the room deal with human agency, the creation of material objects, and larger questions of humanity. Together, they represent modern and ancient societies, the disciplines of art and archaeology, and visual and material culture.
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