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Dec. 9 - Jan. 24, 2024

Rachel Burgess

Douglas Breault

Erica Walker

Mia Bergeron

Melody S. Boone

Ellina Chetverikova

Boyan Moskov

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As The Light Wanes is a group exhibition that explores nocturnes, quieter reflection, personal narrative, and yearing as the days get shorter. 

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As The Light Wanes is a group exhibition that explores nocturnes, quieter reflection, personal narrative, and yearning as the days

get shorter. Media includes monotype, paintings, experimental photographic work, ceramic, metalwork and sculpture. The exhibition features imagery of night prominently, from landscapes with lunar reflections, quiet studies of dusk, and nocturnal experimental photography that assembles memories. 

Mia Bergeron’s paintings depict nightscapes, with lunar reflections on water, or ghostly glowing shapes that seem suspended in the landscape. Ellina Chetverikova creates intimately-scaled studies of sky, architecture and night in gentle washes of gouache on paper. Melody S. Boone includes abstract self-portrait sculptures that are quiet reflections of identity. Rachel Burgess’s monotypes depict oceanscapes at nights with green lights on the horizon, like distant beacons, sometimes refracting through rain or ocean haze. Erica Walker is a silversmith whose clean, organic works are observations of her time in nature. Boyan Moskov’s sculptural ceramic work leans minimalist in its forms but is punctuated with moments of painterly expression or surface designs, such as the evocative splatters of black glaze. Douglas Breault's works include imagery of flames, glass, and figures in dimly-lit spaces referencing important events in Breault's life, exploring “personal memory, and the capacity of a photograph to act as a reliable storyteller.”

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