Judith Godwin, Into the Depth, 1957.

Free admission (all visitors, all hours)

Continuing through March 16, Berry Campbell will feature the exhibition “Judith Godwin: An Act of Freedom”, which showcases the artist’s mastery of Abstract Expressionism, as well as her command of color and tone. From 1950, when she first exhibited her work, to the present, Godwin has been using a language of abstract form to respond to life and nature in a direct and passionate style. Through her studies with Hans Hofmann, her long association with Martha Graham’s expressive dance movements, her participation in the early burgeoning of Abstract Expressionism, and her love for Zen Buddhism and gardening, Godwin has forged a personal and unique career path.