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Kettle Art Gallery presents "Femme Visions" opening reception

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Kettle Art will present "Femme Visions," a confluence of three unique female narratives, in honor of Women's History Month. The artists have selected works that thread together diverse perspectives on memory, resilience and the delicate balance between strength and vulnerability. Featured artists include Corey Godfrey, Lauren Fleniken, and Jennifer Wallace.

Godfrey is a German-born artist currently residing in Dallas, where she has been an active member of the artistic community for over 18 years. Working with yarn, a medium often associated with women's work, Godfrey draws inspiration from her dreams, exploring themes of memory, female sexuality, the ever-changing nature in the world, and the introspective unraveling of her own layers.

Fleniken is a multimedia artist from Denton focusing on themes of femininity and voyeurism. She recently graduated from Texas Christian University in 2023 with a BFA in Painting, and she is currently a cohort member of Cedars Union in Dallas.

Dallas-based artist Wallace began her professional career in 1995 as a graphic designer in the media industry while studying art at Southern Methodist University. Since 2001, she has worked as a freelance artist, creating a wide range of work that includes print, web, advertising, editorial, product, and apparel design. Drawing on her experience as a designer and illustrator, she began blending those techniques into acrylic painting in June 2020. Her colorful artwork merges beauty and bones, resulting in unique pop art figures that embrace the fragility and vulnerability of life.

Kettle Art will present "Femme Visions," a confluence of three unique female narratives, in honor of Women's History Month. The artists have selected works that thread together diverse perspectives on memory, resilience and the delicate balance between strength and vulnerability. Featured artists include Corey Godfrey, Lauren Fleniken, and Jennifer Wallace.

Godfrey is a German-born artist currently residing in Dallas, where she has been an active member of the artistic community for over 18 years. Working with yarn, a medium often associated with women's work, Godfrey draws inspiration from her dreams, exploring themes of memory, female sexuality, the ever-changing nature in the world, and the introspective unraveling of her own layers.

Fleniken is a multimedia artist from Denton focusing on themes of femininity and voyeurism. She recently graduated from Texas Christian University in 2023 with a BFA in Painting, and she is currently a cohort member of Cedars Union in Dallas.

Dallas-based artist Wallace began her professional career in 1995 as a graphic designer in the media industry while studying art at Southern Methodist University. Since 2001, she has worked as a freelance artist, creating a wide range of work that includes print, web, advertising, editorial, product, and apparel design. Drawing on her experience as a designer and illustrator, she began blending those techniques into acrylic painting in June 2020. Her colorful artwork merges beauty and bones, resulting in unique pop art figures that embrace the fragility and vulnerability of life.

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WHERE

Kettle Art Gallery
2650 Main St, Dallas, TX 75226, USA
https://www.kettleart.com

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Admission is free.

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