February 5-March 2, 2019 | Corrine Woodman Gallery II
- Conversation from the Corrine Woodman Gallery, Thursday, February 7, 12 noon – 1 pm
- CAW (Corvallis Arts Walk), Thursday, February 21, 4 – 8 pm
- Companion exhibit at CEI Artworks (408 SW Monroe, Corvallis)
The Arts Center’s Corrine Woodman Gallery and CEI Artworks are proud to present I See Faces, Drawings by Amy Turner. Bruce Burris of CEI Artworks has organized both of these posthumous exhibits. Turner was a well-known figure in Corvallis and Burris is aiming to let her work not be forgotten.
Isabelle Havet, Art Historian, Linn-Benton Community College writes about Amy Turner’s work:
“The exhibition I See Faces offers a glimpse at the visual landscapes created by Amy Turner. Complex, joyful, and deeply personal, Amy Turner’s drawings defy easy interpretation and classification. We are offered vibrant yet fragmentary visual experiences of the artist’s kaleidoscopic and tessellated perceptions. Teeming with life and energy, these drawings present worlds in which each form appears interconnected. Interwoven figures, objects and decorative shapes overwhelm the page in intricate visual tapestries…”
For more information about Turner’s work: outpost1000.weebly.com/amy-turner.html