Feature Articles

December 2013

Mesh Gallery in Morganton, NC, Features Works by Kathryn Ervin

Mesh Gallery in Morganton, NC, is presenting In the Subtle Avenues of the Maze, featuring paintings by Kathryn Ervin, on view through Jan. 3, 2014.

Stories about the beginning of worlds

Stories about friends parted in death

Stories about giants and angels

And little Ms. Mabe next door

They help us navigate through the clouded nights.

They seep in, responding to all the mysteries in life, giving us hope in another.

Ervin is a candidate for the BFA degree in painting and drawing from East Carolina University. She has spent the last three and a half years investigating the technical and conceptual terms of visual arts and the work presented here today is a selection from her undergraduate portfolio and encompasses the theme of being lost and found. Her senior show in May will further expound upon this theme in the context of a more developed narrative. Post graduation, she plans to continue her work, research residency programs, and enjoy the beauty of life moment by moment.

In the Subtle Avenues of the Maze will feature mixed media works, oils and acrylics that illuminate a dream world of assimilated experiences that evoke both feelings of home as well as the unknown nature of the journey ahead and the lives we live as sentient, self-aware beings.

For further information check our NC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at 828/437-1957 or visit (www.meshgallery.com).


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