A new exhibition by two Utah artists focused on storytelling, memories, and the lessons we learn from our mothers.

Our lives are filled with stories, positive and negative, humorous and heartbreaking. They live on in our memories, informing our daily routines and relationships, resurfacing from time to time as guides for what to do next—or what not to do. This exhibition focuses on what mothers teach us, both individually and collectively. In Pam Bowman’s installation, six story fragments from her life resonate universally as she addresses the formative issues of character development, individual purpose, and body image, as taught by her mother. These retellings in such items as trophies, resin grapes, and diet books explore how our experiences simultaneously shape us and teach us to shape ourselves. Jacqui Larsen’s paintings take a metaphoric look at the impossible charge of any guardian to stand as lookout for a child. Their task is to ferret out the danger and forge a path ahead, all while dispensing crucial advice: “Look both ways,” “Soap is cheap,” and “Never say never.”

https://www.nowplayingutah.com/event/pam-bowman-a
  • September 08, 2019 at 12pm – 5pm
  • Kimball Art Center
    1401 Kearns Blvd
    Park City, UT 84060
    United States
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  • Pam Bowman and Jacqui Larsen: Things My Mother Tau
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