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Friday, March 27, 2009
Luring was created as a way of considering the powerful influence of material comforts and longings. The hallway image with the chandelier was taken at Versailles in France. The overlay of trees, suggesting life's journey, is from the Genessee Monastery in New York.
This was exhibited at The Little Art Gallery where it was awarded 2nd place in mixed media in the 66th Annual May Show. It was also exhibited at 2nd April galerie.
Art has become a meaningful way for me to process and explore the complexities of life in tandem with living it. I am committed to creating and exhibiting my artwork, which has been exhibited in various regional and national venues. My current work incorporates my photography into a variety of different media. I often integrate layers into my work to create juxtapositions conveying visual and conceptual depth. Recurring themes in my work include the transience of life in time, as well as exploring diverse natural, cultural, and architectural spaces. As a result, I find travel to be amazingly inspiring as it offers me the opportunity to find new imagery and metaphors for my work.
Visit my website at michelewaalkes.com or my studio on the main floor of 2nd April galerie and Studios, 324 Cleveland Ave. NW, Canton, OH 44702