The Ann Flack Boseman Gallery

Current Exhibit: Liberation of the Individual 

April 5-August 10, 2018

An exhibit by UNCW Alum Hailey Black, this show takes an introspective tone when dealing with conflicting emotions and thoughts throughout the different mediums, which include steel, fabric, paper, and black ink on watercolor. Though the paintings, sculptures, fabric collage, and installation featured are abstract, the pieces will be part of a larger and more private narrative of a person and their encountered emotions manifesting themselves physically in art. “I want the viewer to be able to associate the experience, and ultimately the art, with themselves.”

Hailey Black is a Wilmington-based artist, originally from Henderson, NC, working in two and three-dimensional mediums--such as watercolor, steel, paper, and fabric installation. She earned her BA in both Studio Art and Art History from the University of North Carolina Wilmington in 2017. Hailey shows her work locally and is currently the gallery assistant at the Bryand Gallery in historic downtown Wilmington.

Hailey Black