Constance Culpepper’s paintings are studies in domesticity and the commonalities of personal experience. She explores the emotional context of interior spaces and the value individuals place on the utilitarian objects that fill them. The large-scale canvases depict furniture, dishes, silverware and fabrics that are her belongings, yet could have come from anywhere. Culpepper uses these vibrantly colored objects along with a variety of geometric patterns as substitutes for the real occupants of the setting. By magnifying the composition, she seeks to engulf the viewer and draw them into an intimate, personal space.
09/2014 - Coming Home - 3rd Street Gallery - Philadelphia, PA
05/2014 - Domesticity - River's Edge Gallery - Upper Black Eddy, PA
04/2014 - A Closer Look - St. Asaph Gallery - Bala Cynwyd, PA
12/2013 - Take a Seat - Select Fair Art Basel Miami - Miami, FL