Saturated with mythological symbolism and pagan imagery that evokes the historical idea of the witch as a contemporary feminist icon, Spellbound presents modern witchcraft as a spiritual practice freeing itself from the negative connotations inherited through centuries of persecution. The works presented in this exhibition re-appropriate and subvert imagery commonly associated with the witch as a way of directly addressing the means by which practitioners have been vilified. Our goal is to present a view of present-day paganism without diluting or commercializing the witch and her craft.
About the Curator
Geneva moved to the Seattle area shortly after graduating Sarah Lawrence College in 2015 with a BA in Liberal Arts. Being an artist and looking to further her career in the visual arts, she volunteered to be a Gallery Assistant at the Kirkland Arts Center while working at the Seattle Art Museum. Dedicated to bringing accessible and engaging artwork to her community, Geneva has found a home as Exhibitions and Education Coordinator over a year later.
Marlene Seven Bremner
Date: Friday, September 21st, 2018 at 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Free to the public. Meet some of the artists and enjoy complimentary appetizers. $5 wine and beer. Free parking is available.
Artwork: The Transfiguration of Thoth (Squaring the Circle) by Marlene Seven Bremner Oil on canvas, 2018 (48 x 48″)