Steevie Parks will be featured in a three artists exhibition at the Research Triangle Foundation called Beneath the Surface / November 14 thru May 31. See details below as well as an evite form to reserve your spot at the reception on February 8th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.
The Durham Art Guild in partnership with the Research Triangle Foundation presents Beneath the Surface featuring work by DAG members Bryan “BC” Crabtree, Steevie Jane Parks and Robyn Scott. Scott’s work is representative of her experience living with an invisible disability and missed connections in an able-ist world, creating light and hidden images in place of shadows. Parks uses her work as an avenue to build emotionally informed artscapes that explore the emotional and spiritual challenges that connect all humans. BC creates pieces that are informed by art history as well as technology, to record memories and tell stories that do not fit within traditional styles of art. Aesthetically, these artists take a differing approach to their modern, abstract pieces but all invite the viewer to inquire, explore and ponder the thoughts, feelings and experiences that lie beneath the surface.
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