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American University Museum, Washington presents; DC: Radix: the eternal feminine

                                                  November 11. 2017   to  December  17. 2017

                                    CIANNE FRAGIONE  |  PAT GOSLEE  |  ANNE MARCHAND

 

 Cianne Fragione  Stilo and Byzantino (Immacolata series), Oil, raw pigment, graphite on paper 52 x 36.5 inches. 

Cianne Fragione  Stilo and Byzantino (Immacolata series), Oil, raw pigment, graphite on paper 52 x 36.5 inches. 

 

 

This exhibit presents three Washington based artists who, in paintings and assemblages, have been working with ideas contained in the concept of the Eternal Feminine. Seen as an original dynamic and cosmic force, the Eternal Feminine may also be understand as a spiritual being or essence that gives hope and light in dark times. Defying simple definition, this concept has different but analogous meaning for each artist. Each has found a means to express this Feminine energy in contemporary  and abstract terms, and from her own perspective. Their work is neither political nor conventional, but deeply expressive and inspired by a timeless and infinite theme.    Curated by Claudia Rousseau, PH.D 

OPENING RECEPTION        Nov. 11, 6-9 pm

Gallery Talk   Nov. 30  6-7pm

 Cianne, Anne,  and Pat with curator Claudia will discuss the concept of the Eternal Feminine in connection to their work.                     

 

American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

4400 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington DC. 20016  

www.american.edu/museum       202-885-1300