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Hayveyah McGowan is a multidisciplinary artist with a focus in painting & design. Her studio practice focuses on the ways in which black women create and maintain autonomy in a world that inherently denies this right. In her most recent exhibition "Feelings of Home: A need to simplify" she explores the ideas and practices of sacred space making, as past down from her matriarchal lineage. McGowan takes symbolism from nature, numbers, patterns and objects to create spaces that give way to the qualities of receptivity, nurture, and sensuality.  Through that process she wants to call attention to the unique ways that the black maternal lineage creates safety but also the synchronicity and rooted need for safety that we share


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