In this installation, we have combined Meta Memory 126, Meta Memory 42 and Meta Memory 126 into one continuous piece connected by hand cut vinyl to bring the pieces together.
Tara Flores is a visual artist exploring the intersection between art, science and spirituality.
Likening his canvas to a chalkboard, Michael Schultheis paints layers of mathematical equations and drawings that describe the form and motion of three-dimensional geometric shapes. He uses these geometric relationships to tell stories of human relationships.
Urban, suburban, and natural settings all dictate this work and bring a balance of intuition and intention to this art. Stryeski captures the "feeling" of life within the "landscape."
Found object assemblage: single-serving chip bags, Capri Sun juice pouches, family-size chip bags, coffee bags; steel wire and electric motor/
Created from license plates, Hot Wheels cars, and mixed media.
Created from aluminum, auto reflectors, Hot Wheels cars, oil paint.
Medium: Aluminum, auto reflectors, Hot Wheels cars, oil paint
Dimensions: 855 x 40 inches
Exhibition Record: Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA
Source: University Purchase from Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA