12/11/2017 Claire R. Collison

Eleanor Frick ’17: Songs Unseen

March 20–April 8

Eleanor Frick ’17: Songs Unseen

Gibson Gallery


In her first solo exhibition, Songs Unseen, by Eleanor Frick, a Franklin & Marshall College alum (Studio Art, 2017) shows a series of art works that builds and reflects upon her past works. Songs Unseen is both conceptual and material, with pieces that address artistic issues such as a work’s pictorial space, its methods of mark-making and its own materiality. Jun-Cheng Liu, Franklin & Marshall College Professor of Art & Art History guest curated Songs Unseen.

Artist in Conversation with Jun-Cheng Liu, Franklin & Marshall College Professor of Art & Art History, April 5, 5 p.m., Gibson Gallery

 

  • Eleanor Frick ’17: Songs Unseen image Image Credit: Eleanor Frick, Almost Like an Ave, Acrylic on panel, 2017 (courtesy of the artist)
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