Opening Saturday, December 4th, at 5PM
On view through Sunday, January 2nd
“My mother wore pastel colours and when we leave we become diffuse, aspects of us get seen in the world around those we loved. It snowed a lot in January, and by spring I had realized the pale colours of the flowers and the world in the snowstorms were the same that my mother wore. If anything can change anything, or if there’s a chance for anyone to move beyond what currently is, it has to start I believe with a relationship.”
–– Kevin Stuart
Kevin Stuart is a painter who lives and works in Chicago, he also runs a carl.
Roman Susan Art Foundation is a nonprofit art space and platform for exhibitions and events in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. Roman Susan develops and supports new opportunities to create, display, and experience art. For more info, please visit romansusan.org.
For further info: romansusan.org/between-all-saints-day-and-halloween or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Image: courtesy of Kevin Stuart (2021)