Rosemary Jesionowski, Assistant Professor of Studio Art, currently has a solo exhibition, Mapping Nowhere, on view at Randolph-Macon’s Flippo Gallery in Ashland, Virginia. This is her third solo exhibition in the past year. The body of work is a continual investigation of place, land, and how we identify ourselves through location. How do we define ourselves by where we live? How do others define us? How does place define or even change us? These images simultaneously reference a personal experience of place and an investigation of the relationship between people and place. The exhibition will be on view through April 5.
See more of Jesionowski’s work on her website.