Saturday, November 3, 2012

Manual Autonomy: Mary Smull

This past Thursday was the opening reception for the show my friend Sarah Hulsey and I curated - a solo exhibition of the needlepoint work of artist Mary Smull. Her gallery talk was presented in a question and answer format, with Sarah and I having a conversation with her about her work. I can hardly describe to you how happy we both were to share Mary's work with the UArts community, and to share in this experience with Mary. Please take a moment to look through her website to study her amazing work further.

Thank you to the UArts Alumni Association for their generous funding of the exhibition and event, to our professor Julianna Foster who guided us along the way and suggested Mary's work to us in the first place, to our professor Mary Phelan for accepting our proposal for the gallery space, and to everyone who made it out for the reception!

All photos taken by our friend and classmate, Kunyoung Chang. Thanks, Kunyoung!

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