THE WATCHER, a solo exhibition by artist Mary Fedorowski, is a body of work that plays off the relationship between two actors: the viewer and the watcher. This series is an expression of observing and being observed. By creating unique landscapes, though stark, the viewer is invited to place themselves in the spaces.
This series invites the viewer to reflect on who they watch and who watches them, where they choose to place their attention, and the calm or unrest that creates.
Mary Fedorowski is a multi-disciplinary painter and muralist. Fedorowski uses the beauty of modern architecture and greenery to show how light and color fundamentally bring shapes to life. Fedorowski implements hard-edged abstract techniques and pushes the boundaries of the basic visual concepts of contrast, balance, proportion, and movement.
She is influenced by the colors of the desert sunset, mid-century designers such as Alvar Aalto and Ludwig Meis van der Rohe, artists Edward Hopper and David Hockney, and photographer Slim Aarons. Fedorowski works to create peaceful spaces in a quest to find calm in an overstimulating world.
Join us for Mary’s opening reception on October 29th from 6-9pm and/or the closing reception on November 13th from 6-9pm. Open gallery hours will also be available throughout the month to see the work.
The Martin & Split-Rail are both fully masked and vaccinated-only environments. Vaccination cards & IDs must be presented at the door. A beer & wine bar will be available for purchase for any guests 21+.
Want to dine at Split-Rail before or after your visit to the exhibition? We recommend making a reservation.
The Martin & Split-Rail are both ADA accessible. If any guest has an accessibility question or concern, please don’t hesitate to reach out.