This exhibition draws particular attention to the importance of language in America Meredith's work, bringing together paintings that incorporate Cherokee syllabary, reference Cherokee oral histories, and pair found-object text with visual imagery.
The WCU Fine Art Museum is free and open to the public Tuesday through Friday 10-4PM and Thursday 10-7PM. Free parking is available on site.
Image copy: America Meredith, Adisgalodi (To Hide), 2003, acrylic on board, 24 x 31 inches, Collection of the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art. Image courtesy of the artist.