Thanatophobia @ Golden Belt Gallery

The Durham Art Guild presents, Thanatophobia featuring new works by local artist Lamar Whidbee.

““Thanatophobia” was inspired by the demise of my grandmother who lost her fight with pancreatic cancer. Experiencing the last breaths of someone I’ve known my entire life to then witness her return to earth as ashes presented clarity what I have been struggling with since adolescence. This context has allowed me to explore feeling and perspective surrounding grief, past trauma, death, and self-talk.”

– Lamar Whidbee

This exhibition is on view at the DAG Gallery at Golden Belt Campus from December 1 2022 – January 2, 2022 

Public reception with the artist during 3rd Friday Durham: December 16 from 6-9pm

Instagram info: @afro_picasso

Featured image: “Last Ride” by Lamar Whidbee

Golden Belt Campus
Mill No. 1 Building
800 Taylor St. Suite 9-157
Durham, NC 27701

Public Hours:
Sun 12-6pm
Mon-Sat 10am to 7pm


Durham Art Guild’s Gallery at Golden Belt Health Protocols

 

When visiting the gallery during public hours please note that social distancing and face masks are no longer required but are highly recommended due to the small space. We appreciate your understanding.

Thank you for doing your part to keep our space and our community safe!

-Durham Art Guild