Kay Healy: What is Real

What is Real

NAPOLEON member Alexis Nutini hosts Philadelphia Artist Kay Healy

What is Real is an exhibition of stuffed, screen printed, painted and sewn representational and appropriated objects. Fabric figures combined with still life objects illustrate specific stories and create surreal narratives. In this recent series Healy utilizes templates of hands, legs, busts, and torsos cut into fabric and screen printed multiples that are stuffed and sewn into dimensional forms. This new direction in Healy’s work takes on themes of loss, separation and anxiety, addressing the boundaries between what is real and what is artifice. 

Opening Reception
First Friday, May 6th

6pm – 10pm

NAPOLEON
319 N 11th Street, 2L
Philadelphia, PA

Exhibition Dates: 5.6.16 – 5.27.16
Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays 2pm – 6pm or by appointment
http://kayhealy.com/

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