Do We See Only What We Want to See, OR…?
aaduna is pleased to present work by three artists whose work represent the challenges and rewards of making art in the forthcoming Volume 8, No. 1 issue…Banks, Brown and Crawford.
|"Left Han-End" by artist, Charles SeaBe Banks (c) 2018|
Jay Brown creates powerful yet subtle visual images that makes the viewer’s imagination soar. Over a decade, Ms. Brown learned to use repetition, soft lines and layout to work her artistic composition, and started to produce digital representations to further spark communication and reflection for her viewership. An exhibition of Jay Brown's work will appear in aaduna's Penalver Gallery.
|"Girl" by artist Jay Brown (c) 2018|
William C. Crawford is a writer and photographer based in Winston-Salem, NC. His current book, Just Like Sunday on the Farm: Crawdaddy Remembers the Nam and After is a memoir featuring his essays and photos highlighting his time as a combat photographer in Vietnam in 1968. Crawford presented his images in the winter 2017-2018 issue of aaduna and this issue presents another perspective on his work detailed in aaduna Borders Gallery.
|"Cyclist Shows Her Tongue," photographer William C. Crawford (c) 2018|
Enjoy the FULL Gallery exhibitions in aaduna's upcoming issue, LAUNCHING SOON!-------
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