Dichotomy 7

"Dichotomy examines daily experience and meaning through gestural works on paper. The year that was marked by a very deliberate routine that denied the flexibility to create works or make decisions based on personal trust, reflection, and intuition. This exercise was a method for me to encourage a return to a more automatic manner of creating that relied on instinct and training. The works range from light and formal to darkly layered and atmospheric studies. The mark-making, color and movement represent the dichotomy of the time lived and time considered. It is singular, a fingerprint or a made mark. It is a landscape separated from space but not immune to the forces that shaped it. It is a still life, flat and quiet and memorable. It is as simple as wanting two things to be different but recognizing that they begin to take the shape of the same word."

- Jean Gray Mohs

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Prayers Riding the Thermals - ArtLifting
Artwork: Prayers Riding the Thermals by Cheryl Kinderknecht, Temple by Jeff Diener