20/20 VISION: The Self-Care Show
Exhibition: through Memorial Day
Join us for the opening reception of 20/20 VISION, The Self-Care Show. This event is free and open to the public.
World’s Fair Gallery is pleased to present 20/20 Vision: The Self-Care Show featuring weavings and talismans by Cody Curran, watercolors by Nicole Deponte, an oracle deck by IrisEyris, ceramic vessels by Anna Galloway Highsmith, garments by Andrew Roidoulis, paintings and installation by Nina Ruelle, words by Lucy H. Pearce and erasure poetry by Jillian Van Nostrand. The work presented in this show addresses the concept that the most revolutionary form of self-care is the act of making.
About The Artists
Anna Galloway Highsmith (Dot Dot Workshop) is a Providence-based potter. She has a BFA in Industrial Design from RISD, and has been playing and working with clay since 2000. She balances a community-oriented teaching practice with a solitary studio practice, in both spaces focusing on relationships, research, resource awareness, and play. Her work is all individually handbuilt, with an emphasis on organic patterns, repeated marks, and off-kilter geometry.
Cody Curran is a multidisciplinary artist, healer and educator. She is the founder of The Sovereignty School for Love in Providence. Cody produced 5 weavings, ceramic moon stone pendants and sacred runes for 20/20 Vision.
Nicole Deponte is a painter and designer based in Providence. Deponte’s gestural watercolors and works on paper are vibrant, intuitive and full of life. She is also mastermind behind the popular tailored design brand, Lilian Asterfield. Nicole has a degree in sculpture from MassArt and has been an active part of the art and design communities of Boston, NYC and PVD.
Lucy H. Pearce (Womancraft Publishing) is and artist, writer and publisher. She lives and breathes the creative mother archetype in a little pink house on the south coast of Ireland.
Nicole Pivirotto (IrisEyris) is an artist, designer and art director based in Brooklyn. She is the creator of The Prism Oracle and author of the book, “Color, Form and Magic.”
Andrew Roidoulis is an astrologer and textile artist based in Providence.
Nina Ruelle is a textile artist and painter based in Providence with a degree from Brown University. Ruelle’s marbled watercolors are sensual, dreamlike and airy. Nina was a member of WFG’s 2019 BUOYANCY residency.
Jillian Van Nostrand is an artist, RN, herbalist and health care professional at @radicalremedies. She lives, wildcrafts and works in Swansea, MA.
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