I have just completed my final piece for the TriMorphic Three Distinctive Perspectives on the Human Condition featuring work by Lauri Sturdivant, Candace Miller and Brenda Woods. The opening reception at Liberty Arts for the artists, and me, will be held on January 18th, 5-8pm.


We have been working on this show since October 2011 when we pitched it to the Liberty Membership Meeting. This meeting is held once a year where members are invited to present a concept for a show, members vote on the idea they would like to see become reality during the following year. Brenda was interested in artists who have passion and instill meaning into their work. She gave birth to TriMorphic then invited Candace and I to join her.



TriMorphic is the result of a year long journey of three artists. Each of us has produced a body of work around the theme of thehuman condition. We have built our relationship around the show and we have become friends, colleagues and fans of each other’s work.


I create my artwork in isolation and without collaborations or input from others. It is not until the opening that I will hear or learn of what others “think” of my work.  It’s not that I don’t have my own opinions, judgments and criticisms on my works …I do!


As Cristina Acosta states,”As artists, we are manifesting thought into reality every time we create.” I have touched every piece of paper, each square, all of the litter objects no less than 6 times as I have transformed one item into another through the process of constructing this body of work.


I hope to see you at TriMorphic at Liberty Arts on January 18, 2013


108 W. Miner Street, Yreka open Wednesday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm


Click here to view the Tri-Morphic Trailer


 


 


 


I have just completed my final piece for the TriMorphic Three Distinctive Perspectives on the Human Condition featuring work by Lauri Sturdivant, Candace Miller and Brenda Woods. The opening reception at Liberty Arts for the artists, and me, will be held on January 18th, 5-8pm.


We have been working on this show since October 2011 when we pitched it to the Liberty Membership Meeting. This meeting is held once a year where members are invited to present a concept for a show, members vote on the idea they would like to see become reality during the following year. Brenda was interested in artists who have passion and instill meaning into their work. She gave birth to TriMorphic then invited Candace and I to join her.



TriMorphic is the result of a year long journey of three artists. Each of us has produced a body of work around the theme of thehuman condition. We have built our relationship around the show and we have become friends, colleagues and fans of each other’s work.


I create my artwork in isolation and without collaborations or input from others. It is not until the opening that I will hear or learn of what others “think” of my work.  It’s not that I don’t have my own opinions, judgments and criticisms on my works …I do!


As Cristina Acosta states,”As artists, we are manifesting thought into reality every time we create.” I have touched every piece of paper, each square, all of the litter objects no less than 6 times as I have transformed one item into another through the process of constructing this body of work.


I hope to see you at TriMorphic at Liberty Arts on January 18, 2013


108 W. Miner Street, Yreka open Wednesday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm


Click here to view the Tri-Morphic Trailer