Opening Reception for Body of Evidence: Figurative Works by Karen Swenholt & Harry Ally
“Here is an autopsy of my life as a twentieth century woman and an artist; a body of evidence of what I have witnessed and translated, then built through my soul’s perception.” —Karen Swenholt
"Painting is a visual record of the mind, the body, and the human spirit." —Harry Ally
November 23, 3-5 PM
Join us at Still Point for Body of Evidence: an exhibit of figurative works. Meet and mingle with the artists in the gallery anytime between 3-5 PM. Refreshments by Refuge Coffee Company.
Free and open to the public. RSVP requested.
About the Artists: Karen Swenholt is a figurative sculptor who lives and works in Northern Virginia. Influences from the West Coast’s Bay Area Figurative Movement combine with the emotional power of abstract expressionism from her East Coast studies and origins to form the foundation of Swenholt’s work today.
Harry Ally is recognized as one of the South’s finest figurative painters. Retired after 30 years of as a professor of painting and drawing, he now holds the title professor Emeritus at Valdosta State University.