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June 3, 2018 - July 3, 2018

Arianne King Comer
Indigo in the Low County, Arianne King Comer

Free to members or with admission to sculpture garden.

Ibile is a Yoruba word for “the messenger of our ancestors.” Arianne King Comer makes textile works—paintings--using centuries-old resist-dye processes. These works come from her spirit and represent her ancestors' call. Many of the landscapes included in this exhibition of fourteen painting depict the South Carolina Low Country that Comer calls home. Among the works, most dating from the past two years, are still lifes, abstracts, and two intimate scenes of Lynden made during her residency last summer. This is a Call & Response event.


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