Upcoming Exhibitions

July 3, 2018 - August 19, 2018

Arianne King Comer
Yoruba Fish, Arianne King Comer

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, represent her ancestors' call, and reflect the South Carolina Low Country that she calls home. When Comer arrives for her residency in early July, her solo exhibition, Ibile’s Voice, will slowly transform as her paintings are joined by the works of the community members who join her around the dye vat. This is a Call & Response event.

August 26, 2018 - November 25, 2018


In Peril, Hand-cut screen print on paper, 2018

Opening reception: Sunday, August 26, 2018 – 3-5 pm (FREE)

Free to members or with admission to sculpture garden.

For Im•Positioned, an exhibition in the gallery at Lynden, Tyanna Buie responds to the work of Folayemi Wilson, Reggie Wilson, and other artists in residence at Lynden for Call & Response. Buie was a 2012 Nohl Fellow, and this exhibition has been organized in conjunction with the 15th anniversary of the Nohl Fellowship, a program administered by the Bradley Family Foundation. This is a Call & Response event.


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