Sarah Marshall Lecture at Rhodes - Thursday at 7:30

by - January 22, 2013

Material is excited to announce its ninety-first exhibition, 
Between Here and There, featuring prints and drawings bySarah Marshall

The show will run for one night only on Friday, January 25, 2013 with an opening reception from 6-8 pm. 

The artist will present a lecture on her work in the Orgill Room of Clough Hall 
at 7:30pm on Thursday, January 24th.  
The lecture is sponsored by the Art Department at Rhodes College.

Please note the show is at Material and the lecture is at Rhodes College.

Material is located at 2553 Broad Avenue. Parking is available on both the north and south sides of Broad Avenue.

Sarah Marshall received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Carnegie Mellon University in 1992 and, in 1999, her Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Iowa. Influenced by interests such as language, reading and book objects, architecture, and biological science, Sarah focuses on the processes of printmaking and drawing. Her works on paper show organic forms that become portraits and characters; repeated in various environments, these characters examine our ideas about decision-making and the ways we treat each other. Sarah is currently employed as an Associate Professor of Art at The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. 

About the work in the show the artist writes: “This work explores flight as a metaphor for escape, belief, longing, and growth. The winged creatures that populate these images exist in a state of flux. As they change their skins, losing and gaining attributes, they demonstrate the fragility and impermanence of the self and the many ways we respond to our environment.”

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