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Additional Hours for Standing Still by Erin Fostel!
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CURRENT EXHIBITION:

Standing Still | Exhibition by Erin Fostel

 

January 14th 2017 - February 4th, 2017


** We will have additional open hours Thursday, January 19th 6-8pm during Maryland Art Place's opening reception 'Double Solo: Abhidnya Ghuge & Heather Harvey'**

 

Exhibition runs January 14th - February 4th

The architectural drawings by Erin Fostel came about through grieving the loss of her father in late 2014. He was an architect who enjoyed exploration, always interested in finding new ways to get from here to there. She wanted to create a body of work that served as both a commemoration of his life, and a relief from the heartbreak of his death. 

She started exploring parts of Baltimore City she did not know well. At some point, she began taking photographs of certain buildings and structures that caught her attention, ones she thought would have been of interest to her dad. These ruminations, explorations, and photographs have become the foundation for her new body of work.

Fostel’s goal is not to simply document buildings. She wants to capture feeling, either her own somber feeling or a feeling she thinks a building can personify. She often manipulates the light and dark areas within her compositions, taking artistic liberties when applying the charcoal. As she has progressed in the series a desire to leave parts of the structures unfinished has developed, alluding to a sense of loss or emptiness. The challenge of balancing highly rendered areas with the underlying minimal framework of lines has become a focus, one that she anticipates will evolve as her exploration of the City continues to deepen. To leave the framework of the drawing visible is an attempt to reveal not only the immensity of the structure, but also the immensity of her grief.

http://www.erinfostel.com/
Link to Facebook event

Gallery Hours: Saturdays 1-5pm during exhibitions

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10/10/16 - Baltimore Magazine: Artist-Run Spaces Changing the Scene by Gabriella Souza

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7/19/16 - Art F City: We Went to Artscape: The Artist-Run Art Fair by Paddy Johnson and Michael Farley

 

E-mail us with your questions or visit our proposals page on our website.

About Terrault Contemporary


Terrault Contemporary is an artist-run, multi-use arts venue that facilitates muti-disciplinary, innovative exhibitions, and programming. By highlighting emerging and mid-career artists based in Baltimore, Terrault brings new and cutting-edge work to diverse audiences. It is an accessible space providing artists with opportunities to host community workshops and events. 

The space is Co-Directed by Brooks Kossover and Carlyn Thomas
Installation shot from WAVY DASH by Angela Arrigo and Jessica Simorte - August 2016 - photo by Emily Mason

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