October 25-November 24
The Annex at the Bush Barn Art Center | 600 Mission St. SE
Symbols are personal. Oftentimes they’re stories that incorporate one’s religious, cultural and familial imagery. These things often prod memories and ideas, bringing to the surface the roots of our ancestry, and other events, times, or places in our lives. This exhibition focuses on artistic interpretations of symbols that are pertinent to family history, holidays or spiritual rituals, heritage and culture.
Participating artists are Dayna Collins, Toni Gilbert, Sarah Dillon Gilmartin, Ann Kresge, Eric Loftin, Susan Napack, Nichole Rose, Jennifer Salzman and Vicky DeKrey Vasey.
Please join Dayna Collins, Amber D’Ambrosio, Toni Gilbert, Kylie Pine, and Ross Sutherland on Friday, October 27 from 5-7 pm in a conversation about our personal objects, ranging from how to properly care for them using professional methods, examples of how public and family archives approach personal objects, how we can use some of these methods for our own personal objects and family histories, and how we can utilize our personal and family imagery through art.
Salem Art Association exhibitions are always free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday from 10 am-5 pm, and Saturday-Sunday from Noon-5 pm (Annex weekend hours may differ, please call 503-581-2228 to check availability).
Friday, October 27 | 5-7 pm | FREE
Saturday, November 18 | 4-6 pm | FREE
Image: Jennifer Salzman, Life Line Series, 35mm Photography Printed on Organza Hand-Stitched Silk Thread