Color Focus on view at Sertoma Arts Center showcases five artists living and working in the Triangle. Each with their own unique media, concept, and process, featured artists explore and push the boundaries of color.
Curated by Charlotte Russell Contemporary, Color Focus will be on view at Sertoma Arts Center, Raleigh, NC January 8 through February 27, 2022. Opening reception is cancelled due to COVID-19.
Featured artists include Katie Berman, Abie Harris, Wiley Johnson, Peter Marin, and Jean Gray Mohs.
Durham-based artist Katie Berman creates abstract fiber sculptures from reclaimed materials. Her tufted texture and gestural shapes, carve out swirling arrays of color and movement, revealing the hidden facets that lie beneath.
" Drawing is my language. I create an image in response to a stimulus. That response is explored and developed with color and composition" - Raleigh-based Artist Abie Harris Draws on his career as the. NC State Architect.
Raleigh-based artist with Autism, Wiley Johnson is known for his gestural abstract paintings inspired by experiences in his everyday life. His works juxtapoz striking colors and are marked by emotions of raw gestural strokes.
Raleigh-based artist Peter Marín’s abstract work references architecture, landscape, the handmade, sacred geometry, identity and uses the languages of color and abstraction. For Marin, being Mexican plays a central theme in his painting.
Raleigh-based artist Jean Gray Mohs' work captures moments and brings the palette of life to the canvas. Her work deals with layers, these are layers of experience, layers of memories, emotions, and how they affect us on a daily basis.
Artwork on view will be available to purchase from Charlotte Russell Contemporary.