Dupree Gallery Celebration of Color, Philadelphia, PA.
I currently have four 12×12″ works in “A Celebration of Color”, Three Galleries South of South Street, Da Vinci Art Alliance, Dupree Gallery, Jed Williams Gallery. This is a South Philly gallery collaboration. My pieces are at the Dupree Gallery Celebration of Color and will be on exhibit through April 30th, 2016.
Click below to watch a fun video of me packing my art for the Philly Show!!
The pieces in the Dupree Gallery show are also available here in larger sizes at AlyssaHinton.com. Here are the links for these works:
1. “Wisdom Tree-Warming” is a pencil-photo composite self portrait of sorts. The color transition denotes the gradual growth and unfoldment of knowledge, understanding and acceptance of life as is…from the sparsity of winter into a time of blossoming.
2. “Autumn Deer” is a photo composite piece that celebrates the beauty of the earth and it’s sacred cycles, autumn being the time for harvest, hunting, feasting, and honoring our ancestors. The deer here are shown as magical, almost mystical creatures. One touches down while another lifts off, possibly coming from, or headed to another world as the clouds in the sky take on the configuration of the galaxy.
3. “Indigena-5th Sun” This a mixed clay slab, watercolor, photo composite piece. It is the first of three Solar/Corn God pieces called “Indigena: Fifth Sun.” During the December solstice, the sun is said to be reborn through the dark-rift of the Milky Way, marking the rebirth of the Solar/Corn God.
4. “Wisdom Tree-Slate” is also a pencil-photo composite self portrait of sorts. February is when the first signs of life start to move within the tree’s veins. There is a stirring after the long cold winds of winter. Getting ready for the rebirth of spring.
Dupree Gallery is located at 703 S. 6th St. Philadelphia, PA.
The Dupree Gallery Celebration of Color will be on exhibit from through April 30th, 2016.