silent dialogues Polly Rebecca Breckenridge
Drawings, Paintings, and Monotypes June 30 – August 14
Polly believed in the transformative power of art and artists. Her contemplation of the human condition resonates throughout this exhibition.
Polly’s compositions are inspired by everyday interactions- often mundane, but compelling to her as an observer or as a participant. How our sense of belonging in the world often hinges on how we communicate with those around us, directly or indirectly, and how our perception of who and what surrounds us can invoke a sense of belonging or an experience of isolation and disconnection.
“To exist, even for a moment, in a space that unquestionably feels like the right space to be, can be a gift as we attempt to navigate the complex terrain of our humanity. To understand and accept that we belong here now, even just for a moment, opens up a way to be present with our longing for connection.” – Polly Rebecca Breckenridge
MEMORIAL | A celebration of Polly’s life will take place on August 14th from 12-2pm at McGuffey Art Center at the closing of this retrospective exhibition.
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