|Marty Epp-Carter, Disclosure of Enclosure|
July 10, 2014 7:00 PM
With a special introduction by Nona Hershey
CONTACT: Mike Carroll 508.487.4800 firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to present Marty Epp-Carter IN CONVERSATION with her work. Please join us at the gallery for light refreshments and an engaging visit with Marty as she discusses her time as a printmaker and painter in Boston, Provincetown and South Carolina; her trajectory into the new work currently on view at the gallery, and her responses to questions about a life-long studio practice, the ingredients of printmaking, and her role as an arts educator.
Marty Epp-Carter was raised in the Midwest, lived in Boston and Provincetown for over 20 years, and
moved from Massachusetts to Greenville, South Carolina in the winter of 2006. In 2009, Epp-Carter
earned an MFA in Printmaking from Clemson University and has been teaching as well as developing an ongoing studio practice in the south. She credits her continuously changing artwork to her ongoing
experimentation and collaborative work in the classroom. Since 2011, Epp-Carter has been developing a series of collages where she is appropriating her own work, going through piles of discarded prints and bits of personal detritus, looking for ways to weave together an important past with a continuously
changing present. She will discuss this new body of work and its sources and influences, as well as
answering questions. This event is free and open to the public.