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art work by Susan GoldArtist Susan Gold engages with patterns by Arts and Crafts designer William Morris in her exhibition “Talking to the Wall,” in the SoCA Gallery through Sept. 20.

Exhibition engages with Arts and Crafts designs

The School of Creative Arts is hosting an exhibition in its gallery featuring works by Susan Gold, visual arts professor emerita.

Talking to the Wall represents my fascination with patterns and philosophy of 19th century designer William Morris and a shared interest in the ways nature is embodied in our culture,” says Gold. “Morris’ patterns — Trellis, Strawberry Thieves, Iris, and Brother Rabbit, engage with photographs and ephemera from my studio.”

She will discuss this work in a free presentation at noon Wednesday, Sept. 18, in the SoCA Armouries, located at 37 University Ave. E.

A public reception celebrating the exhibition will run 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19.

Talking to the Wall: Works by Susan Gold continues through Sept. 20. The SoCA Gallery’s hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

—Susan McKee