by Sarah Baldwin

Artwork will be on display from 5/1/18 - 6/30/18.

Made with locks of hair saved in a box, ink and time the Rapunzel drawings examine constructed identity and the idea that desire creates the experience of suffering. Beginning in Germany with the Brother's Grimm Fairy tale Rapunzel, I move virtually across the globe exploring stories with the common themes of forbidden food, desire, punishment and the element of magical hair. I invite you to come experience a multi-sensory re-telling of Rapunzel, Prunella and Rom Say Sok.

One-Night-Only! First Friday May 4th:

Prunella: A Mostly Modern Minimalist Illuminated Manuscript. A reading and illuminated presentation of Prunella an Italian story of love, hair, and forbidden food.  Presentation begins at sunset 7:47pm.