Solo Exhibition "There's No Place Like Home" The Clinton Academy (151 Main Street, East Hampton)
May 5th - 29th
I have always believed home to exist at the center of one's universe, offering stability within a world of uncertainty. Is the concept of home directly related to a place, or does it exist internally as part of the individual self? My artistic process explores my own relationship to home in both place and self as related to the impermanence of everyday life.
My paintings are meant to not only reflect the imagery of a given moment, but translate the accompanied emotion I feel within them. References of restorative, reflective and anticipated nostalgic themes place each image in a specific moment but unrelated to a point in time. Paintings are a culmination of life sketches, photographs, and conjured memories speaking to my own feelings of loss, anger, regret, loneliness, love, rapture and wonder, all existing within the confines of home. Each work of art begins with an emotive monochromatic value study intentionally adding color until the painting has been fully realized.
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