Houses and Homes, Insides and Outsides
Martha Gault Art Gallery proudly presents "Houses and Homes, Insides and Outsides" by Bailey M. Chick, Exhibition on view for the SRU community March 8, through April 8, 2021.
The exhibition includes drawings and fabric installations. Bailey Chick is a teaching artist with Westinghouse Arts Academy, and an interdisciplinary artist whose work is rooted in drawing, printmaking, and installation. Her work explores living spaces and psychological spaces as interwoven elements in development.
She served as founding director for Metropolitan Gallery 250, is a curator with multiple credits, and has exhibited regionally and internationally. Chick received her BA from Tyler School of Art at Temple University, and her MFA from the University of Delaware, where she also served as adjunct printmaking faculty. She is currently also the Head Coach of North Allegheny Rowing Association.
"With the work in Houses and Homes, Insides and Outsides I consider the conflict and harmony of spaces both real and psychological created by the people who were a part of my own early growth and through the very literal placement of a house on or around a body. I invite you to enter with you mind the spaces provided the same way you would a dollhouse, to arrange and configure the space to your needs, and also to respond to the limitations they present." ~Bailey M. Chick
Gallery Hours are Mondays through Thursdays from 11 am to 5 pm. The Art Gallery is located in 102 Maltby Building and is all-accessible by entrance on College Drive near Rhoads Hall. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Martha Gault Art Gallery is adhering to established University guidelines for all in-person events. With that in mind, exhibits are open only to members of the University community (students, faculty and staff) that are wearing face masks and practicing proper social distancing. Exhibits are not open to the general public at this time.