Gotta Dance artwork by Susan Searway-Fertig
19 digital art compositions inspired by the love of dance & the human figure in motion
* February 2 – May 31
Solo exhibit of Susan Searway-Fertig
An art exhibition of 19 digital art compositions inspired by Susan Searway-Fertig‘s love of dance and the human figure in motion from her figurative series Persona. She hopes her work will inspire and give enjoyment to all their students, parents, and staff.
Persona. Art Statement:
“I look for stability in an unstable society. Based on this concept I have created my figurative series: Persona. Persona is a personal reflection that focuses on the harmony of the body and the soul: the physical versus the spiritual, represented sometimes as one, sometimes as individuals. I try to blend the idealism of the human form in combination and contrast with the variety of people – people seen through the lens of reality varying in shape, size, and form. I like to use a lot of color, movement, and spontaneity in my compositions.
Whether I am working in photography or on a two-dimensional plane I try to capture the essence of my subject by focusing on their lines, patterns, textures, forms, colors, and shapes. My hope is to find a unique perspective in all my work.”
A big thank you to Wilhelmina Frankfurt – Artistic Director and Casey Lee Thorne – Development Director for this opportunity to hang Susan’s artwork in their facility.
Susan will be sharing more install videos and information about the artwork in the exhibition on Instagram. Stay tuned.
Additional time info:
70 Greenfield Ave, San Anselmo, CA 94960
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