SYNC Gallery presents A Sense of Place: by Phyllis Rider

Phyllis Rider: Artist Statement Traveling to India for a month in February of this year awakened in me a new sense of inspiration. I often find my work is defined by an impression of my travels. India was a place I’ve always wanted to visit and I was not disappointed. The spirit of the country as well as the people, textures, colors and social issues are just a few of the overwhelming impressions and experiences that will appear in my artworks for many years to come. It is impossible to express all these experiences into one art show. I’ve chosen for this show a series of doorways. I do have a love of doorways, texture and color combinations. I’m always photographing them .The prints are mo

SYNC Gallery presents A Sense of Place: by Lydia Riegle

Lydia Riegle: Artist Statement This entire body of new work is a postcard of my travels to New Zealand and Australia with my family in 2016. A Sense of Place permeates the abstract images and each are labeled to firmly place what the viewer sees to a specific geographic location. But, to me, understanding a sense of place, involves not only paint but thinking about what place means. Travel is specific, as to New Zealand, but can be recalled as general, the experiences of travel and locations melded together. A sense of the place often possesses an identity and character, which is deeply felt by local people and visitors alike. To some it’s geographical; to some it’s a feeling or view held

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