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Kalven Duncan, Rachel Ferguson, & Judy Duggan-McCormack
EXHIBITIONS BY KALVEN DUNCAN, RACHEL FERGUSON, & JUDY DUGGAN-MCCORMACK OPEN AT THE FOUNDRY ART CENTRE
January 7 – March 19, 2022
The Foundry Art Centre is proud to announce the opening reception of the first exhibitions of 2022.
Warrenton, Missouri-based figurative painter Rachel Ferguson creates subtle narratives through simple compositions and single light sources. In her exhibition, Inside Voices, she explores visual communication, finding that the tilt of the head or lift of a shoulder can say a lot about a person’s state of mind. Ferguson earned her MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design and has been a Missouri resident for over 20 years.
Judy Duggan-McCormack’s work is an amalgamation of contemporary and historical design, executed in a variety of textile forms. Drawn to cemeteries and grieving traditions for inspiration, Duggan-McCormack creates narratives to lives already past in The Presence of Absence. While history cannot be altered, the Canadian artist chooses to venerate and interpret that history through experimentation in modern mixed media practices.
Kalven Duncan is a multimedia queer artist based in Chicago, Illinois. Duncan’s work deals with themes of identity and its performative elements, and their latest exhibition, through this window, another side, focuses on alternative photographic processes as a forum to study their ultra-personal symbology and the extent to which their queer identity informs their perspective.
Exhibitions at the Foundry are free and open to the public. For more information, please visit us at foundryartcentre.org or email Jessica Mannisi, Art & Exhibitions Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Foundry Art Centre
As a vibrant home to the arts, the Foundry Art Centre raises awareness and appreciation of the arts throughout the region. Alive with activity, the Centre’s programming reinforces the importance of the arts and helps ensure that arts and culture remain vital. Artists, patrons, young people and the community at large continually find new ways to interact at this unique facility.