Sonic Seeing – Jan Swinburne and Jace Traz
January 11 – February 12, 2016 | Second Floor, Hallway Galleries | Free | Open Daily 8 am – 9pm
Many artists work in alternate disciplines and do not differentiate between different expressive forms. Music and painting are often one of those intersections. This is very much reflected in the descriptive language of these mediums. Terms and concepts like textures, space, dynamics, progressions, ambience, foreground and the like become interchangeable in the quest to describe and understand.
Jan Swinburne and Jace Traz have teamed up to combine their passions for painting and sound in the exhibition Sonic Seeing where their visual art plays counterpoint to their audio expressions.
Jan Swinburne, Challenges Gauge Trusted Affect or CGTA2011
Jace Traz, Strawburied Treasure
Jan Swinburne, Alight Through Green Complexity or ATGC2012
In Memory of Pamela Josephine Gibson
This exhibition was made possible by the generous support of the Pamela Gibson Emerging Artist Program at Workman Arts. Donations to the Pamela Gibson Emerging Artist Program support professional training and presentation opportunities for Workman Arts member artists to develop professional arts practices.
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