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February 19-March 21, 2020
Reception: Friday, February 21, 5-8 pm

Please join us for the annual Gilda Snowden Memorial Exhibition. The exhibition, formerly called the Silver Medal Exhibition, was renamed in 2015 to honor the memory of Gilda Snowden, one of Detroit’s most loved artists and educators. It is an unthemed exhibition.

Kelly Agius, Charles Alexander, Lynn Arbor, Mark Beltchenko, Gail Borowski, Taurus Burns, Jef Cancelosi, Kristen Canda, Doug Cannell, David Clements, Donald Cronkhite, Pamela Day, Barbara Dorchen, Izaiah Ford, Shawn Renee Forman, Myles Gallagher, Took Gallagher, Heather Gardner, Lisa Goedert, Deborah Marlow Kashdan, Michael Kelly Williams, Anna Kocherovsky, Kip Kowalski, Laila Kujala, Julie lambert, Angela Larson, K.A. Letts, Valerie Mann, Loretta Markell, Ian Matchett, Emilia Nawrocki, Amy Parker, Rita Patel, Jerome Patryjak, Alan Paulson, Christine Ritchie, Marco Sbrocca, Christopher Schneider, Brenda Beene Shackleford, Donita Simpson, Ann Smith, Tricia Soderberg, Hanna Sosin, Moraa Stump, Rachel Thomas, Bryant Tillman, Anna van Schaap, Lori Zurvalec

Painter and paper artist Meighen Jackson’s recent solo show at Janice Charach Gallery is about bodies in motion; climbing, evolving, revolving and taking some tumbles along the way. It features Jackson’s lifelong interest in dynamic line and her first foray into large sculptural installations. Jackson, a metro Detroit-based painter, educator and lecturer on contemporary art is represented nationally by Walter Wickiser Gallery in Manhattan and shows regionally with M Contemporary and Ward Gallery. She is a former head of Chrysler Corporate Identity, Graphics and Printing Services. Jackson holds an MFA in painting from the University of Cincinnati and undergraduate degrees from Michigan State University.

Image: Bruce Giffin, Gilda at Red Bull, Photograph, 2014

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