‘Slowly Discovered’ work at Steel House

Oct 10, 2018
“Blue Night” is a 2018 oil on canvas by Jenna Ransom.

Rockland — Steel House Projects will open “Slowly Discovered,” a solo exhibition of work by artist Jenna Ransom, with a 4 to 6 p.m. reception Saturday, Oct. 13, in the Steel House Gallery, 639 Main St.

This collection of new oil paintings and graphite drawings explores Ransom’s layered meditations: compositions imagined from botanical objects, ancient language, animals, figures and memories of self-exploration. The works are dreamlike and loose, while also evoking the paced, methodical marks of a weaver.

“Slowly Discovered” will be on view weekdays and by appointment through Nov. 10. Submissions are now being accepted for goods for sale at the Steel House Holiday Pop-Up; contact popup@rocklandsteelhouse.com for more details.

Steel House Projects is a multidisciplinary art space providing access to contemporary artists, thinkers and technologists through exhibitions, workshops, talks, events and more, co-directed by Alexis Iammarino and Maeve O’Regan. For more information, visit rocklandsteelhouse.com/projects.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or dernest@courierpublicationsllc.com.

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