Previous Exhibits

Aging With Attitude

University of Michigan's
Slusser Gallery
Ann Arbor, MI
March 7th - 28th, 2008

This exhibit, part of a larger, community collaborative called Blueprint for Aging, pushes our boundaries and our horizons about what it means to age. Helen Redman, as one of the national artists who has focused parts of her career on aging issues, was invited to participate in this large multi-media group exhibition.

On Our Path, Mixed media on board, 16" x 16" 2006

INSIDE OUTSIDE THE ECSTATIC BODY Micaela Amato, Helen Redman and Don Schule explore the human body and its capacity to communicate, transform and heal itself in painting, drawing and sculpture.

February 5 - March 2, 2008

HUB-Robeson Gallery
Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802

October 6 - November 9, 2006 at Woman Made Gallery

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Signatures of Age: National group exhibition juried by Helen Redman

Aging Into Full Creativity : Mixed-media work by Helen Redman
Helen Redman conceptualized Signatures of Age with Woman Made Gallery as a means to engage both young and old in a creative dialog about aging. Together these shows reveal and explore a feminine experience barely addressed in the visual arts, and seldom seen in our society.

Helen Redman's latest installation is a provocative body of work, as riveting as it is tender. Her life-layered viewpoint is that of a woman artist who has come full circle. Through unconventional self-portraits (1994-2006), Aging Into Full Creativity investigates the individual's struggle to be at home in one's own skin, while at the same time, to be making a sustainable home on earth. Redman takes us on an intimate journey into the self, the human body, and the earth itself.