The Age of The Feminine
An exploration of feminine energy and female symbols.
This solo show brings together work created over the last 8 years
by the Brighton-based artist and artistic anthropologist Marga Beuth.
Marga Beuth\'s pieces - beautifully crafted clay sculptures, reliefs and
hand-pulled collagraph prints - are simple, timeless and refined.
A recurring theme of Marga\'s work is a simple almond shape - an
abstract version of the vagina or - more precisely- of the vulva.
And this exhibition is an opportunity to explore The Feminine as a
natural force and to consider your own relationship with the most
feminine part of the body.
The artworks are both evocative and sensual - with appeal to
both women and men. They are designed to create a new relationship
between the viewer and the feminine essence encapsulated in the work,
and to offer the viewer a free space in which to feel liberated from
pre-existing attitudes and taboos.
Exhibition open Tuesday 1 October until Sunday 13 October 2013, 12 noon until 11.00 PM (closed on Mondays)
Private View: Friday 4 October: 8.00 – 11.00 PM
Meet the Artist Day (for women only): Sunday 6 October 2.00 – 5.00 PM
Art Viewing and Panel Discussion with Paula Sigley, visual artist and Amelia Charman of http://theblondealarmist.wordpress.com/
Friday 11 October 7.00 – 9.00 PM
Venue: Brighton Arts Club, 43 Providence Place, (off London Road), Brighton, East Sussex BN1 4GE
Tel: 01273 757714
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