Memories of Inhabited Spaces: Exhibition

 

October 13 – November 13

Artist Reception: Thursday, Oct. 15 | 5 p.m.

“Memories of Inhabited Spaces” explores the creative process of contemporary artist Robert Dilworth. The traveling exhibition features large-scale, mixed-media paintings of human figures, sculptural dolls and abstraction on paper. The work is informed by conversational interviews with friends, stories collected from relatives and personal observations.

Bob Dilworth - Bannister Exhibit 2015

The exhibition focuses on Dilworth’s current phase of creativity evolving from a three-year exploration of tactile surfaces that incorporate mixed media. Dilworth’s work expands the concept of contempoary painting by including stenciling, spray paint, stitching, fabric and printed materials.

Organized by Rhode Island College and the Bannister Gallery, “Memories of Inhabited Spaces” is accompanied by an exhibition catalogue.

For more information visit:
www.ric.edu/bannister

Bob Dilworth

 

 

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