WHEN: Saturday, September 5, 2020 from 3-5 p.m.
WHERE: Elizabeth de C. Wilson Museum
In honor of the centennial of the 19th Amendment, which ensures women the right to vote, Southern Vermont Arts Center is presenting an exhibition series title Women Take Wilson. This second round of exhibitions will feature artists Adrien Broom and Patty Hudak. The artists featured in this exhibition series individually exemplify what it means to be a successful woman artist in today’s society.
Two Sides of a Dream
Photographer and set designer, Adrian Broom, presents her exhibition Two Sides of a Dream. Broom travels world-wide to create her fantastical scenes. The Wilson Museum will feature two bodies of Broom’s work—The Color Project and Holding Space.
There, Through the Broken Branches, Go
Patty Hudak’s large-scale installation, “There, Through the Broken Branches, Go,” responds to the metaphysical experience of moving through the woodlands of Vermont. The seven panels of transparent voile, each measuring 15’ in height, are painted with pigments. They hang adjacent to each other, creating a transparent veil that invites the viewer to contemplate the act of passing through.
Exhibition on View: September 5, 2020 – November 1, 2020