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September 13, 2022

Featured Artist | Kollabs


Kollabs is a collaboration between Miami-based artist, Luis Garcia-Nerey and Atlanta-based artist, Anke Schofield. They explore questions on the human construct within the forest and its inhabitants. The artists present a provocative series of collaborative paintings and installations that create a sense of wonder evoking questions on, and of, the interaction between human life and the forest environment. Kollabs’ offer the viewer a preview into a familiar environment while challenging them to examine the existence of human and animal beings.

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Kollabs
September 11, 2022

Sunday Selects | Organic Texture


Brandon Reese’s focus on experimentation and varying techniques relates to his belief that the best part of life is the process, “My art wears the fingerprints, cuts, dents and other texturing as a roadmap and documentation of its creation.” He works primarily with stoneware and porcelain. Reese’s most recent pieces combine salt glazed stoneware and reclaimed native wood. His work is predominately known for its simple, familiar forms created in a variety of methods and at such large scales that the pieces push the traditional boundaries of ceramic art.

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August 21, 2022

Sunday Selects | Modern Rustic Art and Object


Many who experience a painting of Patricia Larsen think it's the work of a Zen monk, someone who's mastered the elements of purity - but it’s Larsen's memories of playing in Albertan prairie fields that melt into her images. "Beauty is in the juxtaposition of things, its energies working together in harmony and disharmony. Sometimes beauty is in the resistance and the tension, and sometimes it's in complete surrender."

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Sunday Selects | 08.21.2022
August 16, 2022

Featured Artist | Bethany Mabee


"I am fascinated by the ever-changing, yet cyclical nature of being human! I am amazed by the layers we have, the pasts that have conditioned us and the cyclical lenses that we see ourselves and the world through. We are all like little onions, constantly discovering and revealing new layers of ourselves over time. It excites me to find parallels to this in my painting process. My paintings reveal themselves to me, layer by layer, with so many opportunities for happy mistakes, surprise reactions, or, in some cases, wrong turns to recover from. I enjoy the improvisational roller-coaster of abstract painting. "

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Bethany Mabee