Making a Mark - The Art of Self Expression
Helena Hernmarck, Knit Illusion, 2017, wool, linen, cotton, punchinella, 45.25 x 35". Courtesy of the artist.
Making A Mark is a celebration of self-expression and its power to encourage and inspire others to do the same. The act of creation, of self-belief, begins with making a mark. It requires courage and a willingness to follow one’s inner visions to a fully realized creative outcome. From brushstrokes to repurposed textiles, the artists in this exhibition make their mark in a dizzying array of media. From the quiet, rhythmic patterns of Sue Lawty to the striking visual storytelling of Candace Hill, Making a Mark presents an engaging exhibit of local and international artists sharing their artistic view of the world.
View the exhibition catalog here.
WACH is grateful to have this opportunity at Bay Street Theater to showcase women artists. Bay Street Theater is a vital part of the east end community that brings joy to the community with lively programs and events for people of all ages. We are thrilled to partner with Bay Street to bring visual arts to this premier performing arts venue of the Hamptons.
Making a Mark features works by: Adela Akers, Robin Gianis, Helena Hernmarck, Candace Hill, Tamiko Kawata, Sue Lawty, Deborah Luken, Aby Mackie, Norma Minkowitz, Alexandra Pacula and Ulla-Maija Vikman. The exhibition will be on view March 11 – May 7, 2023. The community is invited for the opening reception on Saturday, March 11, 4-6pm and to view the exhibition through May 7.