This series combines acrylic paint with collage. Much of the inspiration can be attributed to hours spent leafing through National Geographic and Smithsonian magazine dating as far back as 1988.
David Davidson in the dining room.
My pieces are meant to be emotive, containing tiny
landscapes for you to discover, and they are meant for you to contemplate. Fine
art can flawlessly convey our most ebullient optimism and our most overwhelming
tragedies, as well as the subtle grace that resides effortlessly at the
confluence of the two. A true masterpiece can also simultaneously say absolutely
nothing at all.
Artist’s Statement: After taking years off from painting to focus on her spawn, Ms. Frankenstein has been able to approach her art in new ways, experimenting with as many materials as she can dig up. Typically known for much larger works, the artist has purposefully confined this series to a smaller space, focusing more on detail and the process. You will find reoccurring
themes: genetics, destiny, astrology,
metaphysics, anatomy and its relation to nature, death…and robots. But, as always, you’ll mostly find the random
thoughts that perpetually kick around this kooky girl’s brain.
Reception: Sunday, April