Earlier this summer, Kevin Curry was invited by curator Angela Nichols to exhibit his large scale fabric piece, “Housewarming” as part of INTO THE NATURE: Cycles, Habitats & Elements of Place at the Hudgen Center, Duluth, GA.
Into the Nature brings together the works of seven artists, all working in the medium of fibers. These artists are inspired and informed by our physical world. Their selected works examine beauty, rhythm, conflict and topography; how the natural world is impacted by man and how human existence makes marks on the world.
Curry said “Given the scale (10’ x 15’ x 13’) and the complexity of installation, it’s always a pleasure to fine a venue with the capacity to display this piece. Over the years, the intent of this work has morphed as a reflection of my own life. Originally a mirror of my life as a single, somewhat transient man, it is now indicative of my life as a married father of two. The security and grounding that I sought when beginning this piece is now what I wish, and look to provide for my family.”
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