Dawn Black was born in Louisiana where she currently resides. She received a BFA in painting and drawing from Louisiana State University and an MFA focusing on painting and sculpture from the University of Iowa. Using a variety of collected source material, Black examines tentative systems of power and identity through various media (currently focusing on watercolor on paper) to visualize sociological narratives. Her work is internationally and domestically exhibited and has been reviewed by the Washington Post, Art Papers, and artinamerica.com. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the Paper and Watermark Museum in Fabriano, Italy; University of Iowa; and Columbus Museum of Art in Ohio. In 2012, she received a Career Advancement Grant from the state of Louisiana. Black has been to numerous artist residencies including Bemis, VCCA, and McColl Center for the Arts. She is an artist member of the Baton Rouge Gallery and is currently represented by Curator’s Office in Washington DC. Learn More: http://www.dawnblack.com

Saturday, August 3, 2019 to Saturday, October 5, 2019