“My art represents my life experiences –hidden secrets of mine, experiences forgotten or wished forgotten. Experiences that move the soul so hard that they entice a warm smile or bring on laughter or
evoke many tears. I believe that I am only a vessel through which energies flow to tell stories of life’s journeys…yours and mine.”
Gwendolyn E. Redfern, a native of Raleigh, North Carolina is a multi-media artist expressing her talents in pottery, painting, and mixed media collages. She remembers painting as always being a part of her life. Pottery however, she discovered while completing her B.F.A. in painting at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. Selecting ceramic classes only to fill up her schedule, it became another vehicle for
her creative expression.
Redfern’s pottery is known for its sleek designs, carvings, and spectacular glazes. With impeccable craftsmanship, style and design, Gwendolyn molds clay into fine art. While her oil and watercolor paintings are vivid journeys to other dimensions. She forces her audiences to consider self and spirit and to question the influences of powers greater than our own.
Redfern’s solo exhibitions include NC Craft Gallery, Carrboro, North Carolina; Griffith Art Gallery – Chicago, Illinois; Clinton Hill Art Gallery , Brooklyn, New York; Semans Gallery,– Durham, North Carolina; Mayor’s Office, Durham, North Carolina; Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina; Bradiggins Arts & Craft Gallery, Hillsborough, North Carolina; The Creative Resource Art
Gallery, Wilmington, North Carolina;Picture That! Art Gallery, Stamford, Connecticut; African American Atelier Gallery, Greensboro, North Carolina; Greenville Museum of Art, Greenville, North Carolina. Her group exhibition credits include Creative Quarantine,
626 Art Gallery, Los Angeles, California; Women’s Show,– Nicole’s Gallery, Chicago, Illinois;Bridging Cultures,– Afro-American Cultural Center,Charlotte, North Carolina; Two North Carolina Artist, The Gallery At Racine, Wilmington, North Carolina; Beyond,–Page Walker Museum, Cary, North Carolina; Bridges Of Change,– Olivia’s Art Gallery, Hillsborough, North
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Carolina Central University, Durham, North Carolina.
Among the awards Redfern has earned for her artistic achievements are, 2004 Heritage Arts Festival Palette Awards, Atlanta, Georgia; 2004 First Place Award in Show, AFR’AM Fest 2004 Juried Art Show , Norfolk, Virginia; 2004 First Place Award
in Show, 15th Annual Zora Neal Hurston Juried
Art Show, Eatonville, Florida; 2003 First Place Award in show Bridging Cultures, Afro-American Cultural Center, Charlotte, North Carolina; Arts and Culture Award for Outstanding Creativity; The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 2000 – 2001 James E. Shepard Society Certificate of Achievement, North Carolina Central University – Durham, North Carolina; 1994 – 1995 School Of The Arts Outstanding Senior Award (Ceramics; East Carolina University – Greenville, North Carolina