SYNC Gallery presents: Louis Trujillo

Louis Trujillo: Artist Statement Microscopic neurons fire to calculate massive amounts of information. Chemicals are released for us to experience senses and emotions. Decade’s worth of memories and experiences are archived and retrievable. The brain is the most powerful organ in our body. If it were to fail on us our faculties would be altered. The people that we know and love would become strangers. Lessons learned would become obsolete. Louis Trujillo’s series titled Forget-Me-Not explores the loss of the mind through mixed media works on paper. Hundreds of forget-me-not flowers that include images of his family members are pinned individually to the walls. These artworks honor his

SYNC Gallery presents: Patricia Rucker

Patricia Rucker: Artist Statement Look into the stains of walls, or the ashes of fire, or clouds or mud or like places, in which, if you consider them well, you may find really marvelous ideas. The mind of the painter is stimulated to new discoveries; because, by indistinct things the mind is stimulated to new invention. – Leonardo da Vinci Human beings tend to assemble images because of apophenia, the tendency to attribute meaning to perceived connections or patterns between seemingly unrelated things. My paintings begin from a monoprinting process similar to creating inkblots. During the process of folding, and printing on the TerraSkin surface, I have been able to manipulate acrylic pa

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