Textile Narratives Art Exhibition
October 6-December 16
The Clemson Visual Arts welcomes back Master of Fine Arts alumna, Terry Jarrard-Dimond ‘79 for a solo exhibition, “Textile Narratives,” opening Aug. 18 and continuing through Dec. 16, 2021, at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts Lobby.
The artworks in this exhibition showcase Dimond’s collection of large-scale geometric compositions using hand-dyed, contemporary textiles.
Dimond’s work has been featured by the Columbia South Carolina Museum of Art in Columbia, S.C. and she has artwork in S.C. State Art Collection in Columbia, S.C. She took part in South Carolina Arts Commission’s 50th Anniversary exhibition program and received the commission’s Visual and Craft Fellowship award.
Visitors can view the exhibition from Wednesday, Aug. 18 until Thursday, Dec. 16 in the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts Lobby. Hours are Monday through Friday, 1 p.m. through 5 p.m. There will be a gallery talk with Terry Jarrard-Dimond on Tuesday, Sept 28 at 6 p.m. followed by a reception. Admission to the exhibition, artist talk, and reception is free. Patrons are encouraged to attend the Stefon Harris + Blackout performance following the artist talk.
University visitors should comply with Clemson University current guidance regarding COVID-19. Please visit www.clemson.edu for more information before visiting campus.
Exploration and manipulation are my favorite words when I am in my studio. I work through process exploring a variety of mediums and appreciate that each medium has unique qualities for the development of ideas. The work develops as I incorporate the marks, shapes, textures and layers that are the foundation of my work. These elements come together to express my ideas, concerns and stories.
All living things leave physical evidence of their existence. This evidence is generated by the activities each performs which can range from the monumental to the minute. My work is my evidence. It represents my passion for art and my time in the studio. My desire is that this “evidence” be interpreted and enjoyed thus creating an opportunity for interaction and connection.
“The beautiful Arts – the magic bond which unites all ages and Nations.”