Solo exhibits are rare for Boynton, who often shows with Denise Bibro Fine Art in New York City. Her work, known for its innocent brush strokes that mingle with undertones of a more mature experience, has been featured in CONTEXT Art Miami in Miami, Florida, the Texas Contemporary in Houston, and the Helen Day Art Center in Stowe, Vermont. She has been reviewed in Modern Painters, ARTnews, and The New York Times.
Boynton’s impressive art career spans several decades. An early review by The New York Times pegged her style as being childlike but not childish; behind the simple brush strokes lies a very adult sensibility. Boynton explains, "I let the struggle, mistakes, and urgency show. Scraping off and building on, changing and allowing truth to come through." Her large, bold images dare you to look away.
The Delaware Contemporary will be holding an opening reception for “Out of Line” on Sunday, July 17 between 12 and 2 pm.
Founded in 1979, the Delaware Contemporary is a non-collecting museum of contemporary art that presents over 30 exhibitions annually of artists recognized both locally and internationally. The Delaware Contemporary offers educational and outreach programs, as well as artists’ residencies that include collaboration with underserved community groups. Individual studios are rented to more than 25 artists through the Delaware Contemporary.
10 am – 5 pm Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
12 pm – 5 pm Wednesday and Sunday
The Delaware Contemporary is part of the Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport, your single ticket to 11 of the area's top attractions, available through September 5, 2016.
The Dusty Boynton exhibit is courtesy of Denise Bibro Fine Art.