"Transitional Spaces," an exhibition of drawings and sculpture by artists Cori Champagne, Joan Harmon, and Lindsey Wolkowicz, was presented in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery from January 9 through February 9, 2018.
According to the artists' statement, "transitional space is defined as space between an interior and exterior, acting as both a boundary and a link between states of being or surrounds." Through their artwork, the three artists represent "identities, bodies, and boundaries in a state of transition," which incorporates objects from daily human life. Their intent, according to their statement, is to "create spaces that feel familiar and impossible, substantive and impermanent" to observers.
Concurrently, an exhibition of work in various media by current Loomis Chaffee students was on display in the adjacent Barnes & Wilde Gallery.
For more information, including gallery hours, connect to the Mercy Gallery webpage.