Thu Mar 22 – Sun Apr 22, 2018 11:00am – 4:00pm

Extended Visions by Tom Edwards

Sponsored by: Kehler Liddell Gallery

OPENING RECEPTION: Sunday, March 25th, 3-6pm; FAMILY PRINTING WORKSHOP: Sunday, April 8th @ 10am; CLOSING EVENT: Sunday, April 22nd, 1-4pm, w/ artist talk @ 2pm

Tom Edwards’ ever-evolving multimedia artworks “are not intended to represent any single moment in time, but rather to assimilate multiple moments and observations into a dynamic experience.” Edwards states that most of these works have been produced over an extended period of time, which allows for a constant reworking: “I think of [the works] as open-ended compositions … Time affects everything, including the way I perceive my own work.”

Tom Edwards received a MFA from Yale University School of Fine Arts, with a major in painting and printmaking. He was awarded the Elizabeth Canfield Hicks Honorary Award in Drawing. His work has been exhibited extensively, and is held in numerous collections such as: Metropolitan Museum of Art (NYC), Library Congress (DC), Smithsonian Collection (DC), The New Britain Museum of American Art (CT) and the Boston Printmakers Permanent Collection.

Kehler Liddell Gallery (KLG) is a cooperative gallery located in the heart of New Haven’s Westville village. One of the city’s longest running retail gallery to date, KLG currently represents 21 of the area’s most notable emerging and established mid-career artists. Monthly exhibitions are highlighted by free community arts programming, presented in partnership with the ArtEcon Initiative. Gallery hours: Thursday–Friday, 11am-4pm; Saturday–Sunday, 10am-4pm; or by appointment. The gallery is free and open to all.

Admission: Free
Kehler Liddell Gallery
873 Whalley Avenue
New Haven
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