In these days and times new sets of norms have been expressed. Many are perplexed, jumbled, confused, muddled, mixed-up, puzzled, confounded, bewildered, befuddled and dizzy with thoughts of anxiety. “Collide of Scope” addresses the feelings we all encounter despite race, color or creed. “Collide of Scope” uses lines, color blocking, geometric patterns, infused over figures to address the emotions of social unrest, isolation and mental health. My paintings present and examine the question how did we as a race of humans manage in times when our foundations seem to be shaken fractured and at times shattered. “Collide of Scope” seeks to show the viewer how an artist uses
color to convey the importance of having an opportunity to focus on creating,
contemplating and documenting our existence in these times.
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