Timeline | Dale McReynolds
On view now at The Corridor Gallery is Timeline, an exhibition by Dale McReynolds. The series of portraits consist of pastel, pencil, and charcoal drawings. The theme of timeline runs through the gallery, starting with the depiction of the overlooked union between Native Americans, African slaves, and their descendants through sharecroppers, the early 1900s, to present day. Themes of love, unity, tradition, and spirituality are encompassed in the portrait series.
Dale McReynolds lives in Metropolis, Illinois. Her studio, Dale’s Art Den, is located on Market Street in downtown Metropolis and is the first African American art studio and gallery. The exhibition is on view from February 1 to March 31 in The Corridor Gallery, located in the Carbondale Civic Center. It is open for viewing Monday – Friday from 8am – 5pm.