Edith Borax-Morrison featured in "Beauty Marks" at Fairfield Library

Edith Borax-Morrison will be exhibiting three drawings in the group show "Beauty Marks" at the Bruce S. Kershner Gallery at Fairfield Public Library in Fairfield, CT. The gallery features ten Connecticut artists--Borax-Morrison, Anne Doris-Eisner, Judy Henderson, Paul Kaiser, Peter Konsterlie, Jak Kovatch, M.G. Martin, James Reed, Nomi Silverman, and Karen Sorenson, and was curated by Janine Brown.

The gallery's website says of Morrison, "Addressing the linear in a different way, Edith Borax-Morrison uses a woven sheath of free flowing strings and fibers to create references of women in her pen and ink pieces, "Ensnared" and "Wired Woman." Her intensely intricate, visionary abstract drawings must be seen in person to understand completely what is meant when they are described as "mind fibers".

The opening reception is Saturday, March 27 from 5-7 pm. There will be a brief talk by the curator and artists at 6 pm. The show runs until May 16, and is viewable during normal library hours, so there is ample opportunity to view it.

Fairfield Public Library is located at 1080 Old Post Rd., Fairfield, CT.