The builder and photographer presents a choice of works which presents her favor for mythology with a slight dark twist.
"The Daughter of the Wind" is one of my favorite sculptures which often finds a place in my virtual home. This photo is not taken the exhibition. I took it a while ago in my photostudio.
Elin Egoyan: Existence of Life + Monroe Snook: Essence
|Yin + Yang|
Both artist show an Timamoon Arts a big choice of works. I admire their sense for forms and colors. Monroe told me that all works are new and especially these I like a lot:
Tresor de l'Art
Art is a universal language which touches everyone irregardless the language. Moki Yuitza, Monroe Snook, Noke Yuitza, sinalein, Sweet Susanova and Ultraviolet Alter are showing very different works.
"This exhibition is designed to show how the art is a language common to all. The six artists on display here, speak different dialects, each based on a common language: art as an expression of creativity, emotions and human feelings"
Indeha Vaher: Women of St. Isabella Island
"The art in this exhibit profiles the women of the fictional St. Isabella Island (inspired by its RL counterpart a barrier Sea Island, located off the coast of the USA); because of its proximity St. Isabella Island has been preserved from assimilation for over a hundred years. The islanders speak with a distinct Creole blend of Elizabethan English and African languages, which was born of necessity on Africa's Slave Coast. Customs preserved from the past are prevalent as the natives of St. Isabella carry on life as if time has stood still..."
I was immediately touched by the strong and beautiful women in their daily life.
Opening Sunday, March 16th
12 PM SLT Pre-Show Party Guest DJ PsyLynn Quartzpre
1 PM SLT Live Performance: Jackie Lefko (1-2 PMSLT)
2 PM SLT After Party DJ PsyLynn Quartzpre