Jill Bedgood creates mixed media sculpture and installations that contemplate the dualities in life, the cyclical nature of existence, and the weight of memory. In the tradition of marble memorials, her reliefs, laden with symbolic objects, contrast excess and austerity to evoke transience and immortality. Bedgood’s artwork functions as contemporary memento mori, asking us to consider why we value our possessions and their persistence through time after our own lives end.
Opening reception- Saturday, March 7, 7-9 pm
Exhibition is on view through April 21st.
Free & Open to the public