Blanket Statement Opens May 18th At Rosalux Gallery
Don’t let those dystopian blues get you down! Pick yourself up with one of Terrence Payne’s new quilts featured in his latest exhibition, “Blanket Statement.” Hand made with love and compulsion, these quilts follow the thread of his earlier work, examining the fears and insecurities that drive communities to go bonkers for working against their own interests. Terrence applies his unique sensibilities to quilting in order to take advantage of the traditional narratives and historical documentation long associated with the communities of this traditional craft. The humorous and empathetic allegories resulting from Payne’s creations will surely leave you in stitches! So wrap up and get cozy with the ones you love in one of Terrence’s amazing new quilts while you wait out our perilous and uncertain future.
Please join Terrence on Friday, May 18th from 6-10 PM fora reception celebrating, “Blanket Statement” at Rosalux Gallery. Roslaux Gallery is located at 1400 Van Buren Street NE, Suite 195. Quilts will be featured at the gallery shop for the remainder of the month of May during regular gallery hours: Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 4 PM. Come early if you want to see them all, this is a cash and carry exhibition that will run for as long as supplies last.
Listen and learn more about this project on , Art For Your Ear, a conversation with the Jealous Curator.