At Verum Ultimum Gallery in Portland.
Juried and curated by Jennifer Gullia Cutshall
“This show emphasizes the idea of revealing the unseen or the soul in a work of art. The term ghost may be interpreted in many ways, not necessarily meant to be a literal elucidation. This year’s interpretation might be loaded with the added turmoil of current social, health, environmental, and political climate. The exhibition asks artists: “Does your process manifest an identity within your work that somehow speaks to the past? Do you express your deepest fears or concerns through your work? Do current political, health, and environmental concerns follow you into the studio and shadow or define your work? What ghosts or parts of the past leave their mark on your work? Is a legacy revealed through your work or your process? Is memory a vital vehicle of expression for you? Do you inadvertently honor something from your past or concern for the future through your work? ” — Jennifer Gillia Cutshall
Verum Ultimum never seeks to drive the work, the only hope to unveil unique visions.
Verum Ultimum Gallery has engaged audiences of artists and collectors since its founding in Northeast Portland in 2013.
I am showing “Throes of the Body“