Friday, February 3, 2012

The "Muse" being caught in the act of entering an art gallery.
Anicca is an art exhibit at Liberty Arts Gallery in Yreka, CA. This is the work I did for the show. I hope this will be the beginning of these type of shows everywhere. The idea behind the show was to create a community art happening that would last for three weeks. The name Anicca was chosen as a Buddhist word describing things that don't last forever. Everyone in the community was invited into the gallery. They could choose a space and create their own art. I talked with artists from 4 years of age to 89. I created this piece to represent the "Muse" crawling out of the wall. There was so much creativity going on that he, the muse, had to come see what was going on. No one is supposed to see the Muse. His surprised look is because we caught him in the act of investigating the work.
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