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Thursday, April 3rd to Saturday, May 17th, 2014

Charlotte Street is pleased to present NOW IS THE ONLY THING THAT’S REAL, part of the Charlotte Street Studio Residency Program Series.

NOW IS THE ONLY THING THAT’S REAL is Jennifer Lynn Williams’ first solo exhibition, featuring new and recent work on canvas, paper, and experimental materials. Working primarily in acrylic paint and ink markers on a darkened canvas, this exhibition will feature works on paper and non-traditional materials such as particle board.  Jennifer’s art for this showing was originally meant to explore life and rebirth, death and regeneration. As the work progressed, recent news stories and research have influenced those themes to encompass the ongoing debate about the right to life, the right to quality of life, and freedom to choose death.

Opening Reception: April 3, 2014
Time: 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: April 3-May 17
Location: Project Space / 21 East 12th Street KCMO 64105
Gallery Hours: Wed, Fri, Sat 12-5pm; Thurs 11-6pm
Details: In addition, Jennifer will have a mural in progress during the exhibition, so visitors can see the artist at work.

Closing Reception: May 17, 2014
Time: 5-9pm
Location: Project Space / 21 East 12th Street KCMO 64105

For more details, see the full Press Release.

For photos of the event, check out our flickr.

Event Details
When

April 3rd to May 17th, 2014

Where

Project Space (21 East 12th Street KCMO, 64105)

Closing Reception
May 17th, 5-9 PM
04/03/2014 12:00:00 04/03/2014 12:00:00 GMT+0000 NOW IS THE ONLY THING THAT’S REAL

Charlotte Street is pleased to present NOW IS THE ONLY THING THAT’S REAL, part of the Charlotte Street Studio Residency Program Series.

NOW IS THE ONLY THING THAT’S REAL is Jennifer Lynn Williams’ first solo exhibition, featuring new and recent work on canvas, paper, and experimental materials. Working primarily in acrylic paint and ink markers on a darkened canvas, this exhibition will feature works on paper and non-traditional materials such as particle board.  Jennifer’s art for this showing was originally meant to explore life and rebirth, death and regeneration. As the work progressed, recent news stories and research have influenced those themes to encompass the ongoing debate about the right to life, the right to quality of life, and freedom to choose death.

Opening Reception: April 3, 2014

Time: 6-9pm

Exhibition Runs: April 3-May 17

Location: Project Space / 21 East 12th Street KCMO 64105

Gallery Hours: Wed, Fri, Sat 12-5pm; Thurs 11-6pm

Details: In addition, Jennifer will have a mural in progress during the exhibition, so visitors can see the artist at work.

Closing Reception: May 17, 2014

Time: 5-9pm

Location: Project Space / 21 East 12th Street KCMO 64105

For more details, see the full Press Release.

For photos of the event, check out our flickr.

Project Space (21 East 12th Street KCMO, 64105) Charlotte Street Foundation wes@5alldesign.com

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ABOUT JENNIFER LYNN WILLIAMS:
Jennifer Lynn Williams is a lifelong KC resident and a second-year Charlotte Street Foundation Urban Culture Project Studio Resident. She received her BA in English from Rockhurst University, with minors in art and philosophy. Williams is heavily influenced by Jenny Holzer, Willem de Kooning, Wassily Kandinsky, and Mark Rothko. Her work attempts to convey the range of human emotion in its physical manifestations. Her work has appeared in several local exhibitions, and she was the cover artist for the 2012 edition of Infectus magazine.

To learn more about Jennifer and her work, please visit: www.jenniferlynnwilliams.com

ABOUT THE CHARLOTTE STREET STUDIO RESIDENCY ¶ SERIES:
The Charlotte Street Studio Residency Program ¶ Series is a series of exhibitions, performances, projects, and public programs organized by and highlighting the work of Charlotte Street Studio Residents. From September 2013-December 2014, Charlotte Street’s Paragraph and Project Space galleries, 21-23 East 12th Street in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, will be dedicated to the Charlotte Street Studio Residency Program ¶ Series.

The intent of the series is to amplify the impact of the residency program by providing resident artists with opportunities to produce and publicly present ambitious new work and projects at highly visible public venues. Through the series, artists gain valuable hands-on experience with curating, marketing, installing and coordinating all aspects of producing exhibitions, performances, and events, while also pushing their work in new ways, undertaking new collaborations, and gaining increased exposure.

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