A retrospective exhibit of mixed media works by Erin Endicott will open this Sunday with a wine and cheese reception from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Pennswood Art Gallery in
The event is open and free to the public. The show, which runs through Feb. 26, is open daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
This exhibit will show the progression of Endicott’s work over the years through the use of a variety of mediums and combinations ranging from inks, watercolors, drawing, weaving, embroidery, beading, etc. exploring and expressing her inner landscape.
Endicott, a graduate of Moore College of Art, says her pieces reflect the complexities and layering of life, that her process is metaphorical and strives to create more that the sum of its parts.
Her latest series of work, “Healing Sutras,” is created on vintage fabric passed down from women in her family. The pieces show the many patterns, behaviors and wounds seeded into our psyche at birth growing slowly, organically into our lives. The meditative process of stitching starts the real healing by bringing these areas into the light.
Endicott’s work has been and is being shown and collected worldwide, in places ranging from New York City to the Netherlands to Australia.