The silver cord which appears in the religious text referenced in the title of this work is seen as a metaphor for the human...
The ‘silver cord,’ which appears in the religious text referenced in the title of this work, is seen as a metaphor for the human body, (often the connective material of the spine). Here the imagery is grounded in a more robust physicality.
Curated by Graham Shearing
Carolyn Wenning obtained her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University and received her PA Teaching Certification from Carlow University. She also attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania for her MFA in Painting and Print Media. She is currently an Adjunct Professor at Carlow University and Chatham University.