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Tidelines: Paintings and Prints by Katie St. Clair

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January 26 – March 9, 2023

Tidelines: Paintings and Prints by Katie St. Clair

Flex Space Gallery

March 9th at 4:30pm: Artist Talk with Katie St. Clair and Tidelines closing reception. Artist talk will begin at 4:30pm in Emery Performance Space, followed by a closing reception with the artist from 5:30pm-7:00pm in the Flex Space Gallery. 

Tidelines presents a selection of large paintings and prints by North Carolina-based artist, Katie St. Clair. St. Clair created this new series of work during recent “off-grid” residences on two coastal islands: Haida Gwaii, located in the northwestern reaches of Canada, and the Burren, a rocky landscape on the west coast of Ireland. Deeply inspired by the landscape, St. Clair’s art practice and research explores color and form as well as the interconnectivity of ecosystems within a specific environment. She writes, “These paintings act as documentation of an environment–the result of natural observations and the altering effects over time of such factors as moisture, heat, wind, and movement. The paintings capture indefinable moments in the landscape between light and shadow, the gap between lichen and stone, or the intertidal water and land.”

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Katie St. Clair is an Assistant Professor of Art at Davidson College, NC. Her work has been widely exhibited at museums and galleries, including the Burren College of Art, Ireland; Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit, MI; and the Zhou B. Art Center, Chicago, IL. She has received many honors and awards, including: Best in Show, Annual Alumni Exhibition, University of Michigan, and the 2019 Young Affiliates of the Mint Choice Award for her work in Coined in the South, Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC.

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