|Jodie Manasevit, Census #1, 2002, oil on canvas, Courtesy of the artist and Diacono Fine Art, Boston|
Through August 21, 2005
Over the past decade, Jodie Manasevit (American, b. 1951) has explored how just the stroke of a pigment-laden brush can be both the subject of a painting and the organizational structure of its composition. This exhibition traces her works' evolution from the literal experience of the brick paintings (oil on paving stones) from the early 90s to the complex strata and rhythms of the recent stroke paintings (oil on canvas).
See the Gallery Guide to learn more about Jodie Manasevit and this exhibition.
This project is supported by the Don & Mary Melville Contemporary Art Fund. Additional generous support provided by Worcester Magazine.
Artist Talk & Opening Reception
Friday, May 13, 6:30PM
View the exhibition, meet the artist, and hear her insights and about her approach to making art. Light refreshments served. Free for members. $8 nonmembers. No RSVP necessary.
Members' Tour & Supper
With Jodie Manasevit and Susan Stoops, Curator of Contemporary Art
Thursday, June 9, 5:30-8PM
A special treat for members, artist Jodie Manasevit joins Susan Stoops, Curator of Contemporary Art, for a tour and discussion of the exhibition. Light supper follows. $25 per person, guests welcome. These events sell out, so reserve your spot soon: 508.799.4406 x3122.
|Select Images from the Exhibition|