The Christine Price Gallery at Castleton will feature the works of artist Wendy Copp running from April 9 through May 12, with an artist reception scheduled for Friday, April 20 at 6 p.m.
Entitled “They Went Whistling” the exhibit will feature elegant, humorous, and sometimes provocative figures and structures made of natural materials gathered from the land. Copp is often influenced by opera, literature, mythology, and science, and she is interested in the hidden stories behind the absent protagonist, the contemplation of morality and the transformation, as well as the uneven relationship with nature in the modern age.
The Christine Price Gallery is located on the Castleton University campus and is open Monday through Friday with hours of operation from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
For more information on the exhibit or the Christine Price Gallery please contact Jennifer Field at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT WENDY COPP
Wendy Copp grew up in Lewisboro, a small town just outside of New York City and studied fine art and biology in school. For many years, she worked designing restaurants, residences, and stores and has a great deal of experience with faux painting, murals, and hand painting fabric.
Copp has traveled nationally and internationally, working in NYC, Japan, India, California, and all over New England. As the co-founder of Very Merry Theater, she was the artistic director during its start-up years. In the midst of all of this, she designed products for Chandler 4 Corners, located in Manchester, VT and worked with artisans in India and Peru.