3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore, MD, 21224
Opening day viewing | 12pm-5pm
Reception | 6-8pm
Walton takes viewers on an emotional journey exploring moments of unraveling. Through the lens of black portraiture, Walton examines the stages of unrest to acceptance and asks the questions: How do we navigate personal and global chaos? Can we learn to accept something that cannot be controlled?
About the artist: Victoria Walton is an emerging visual artist based in Baltimore City. She has a BFA in Ceramics from Towson University and is a 2023 MFA Candidate at Alfred University. She engages in a multidisciplinary ceramic practice, utilizing textiles, concrete, and wood to bring her ideas to fruition. Her focus revolves around black culture and addressing sources of trauma, creating around themes such as brokenness, illness, inner struggle, resiliency, gender non-conformance, and healing of wounds over time.