Academy Center of the Arts
600 Main Street, Lynchburg, Virginia
“This work is about being in the moment, about how form finds surface and then shifts, about the now that lives in every application of paint, wax, clay, and in the sheer presence of color.
The present keeps stacking — urgently, intuitively, playfully, boldly –on top of itself to become an intersection of texture, line, pattern and light.
This work is not about closure or tidy packages; rather it braves the unrefined chaos, the spinning fans of the pinwheel, where the only language is this one: a visual expression that urges you too, the viewer, to stay with me, to invest again and again in the imperfect but beautiful moment.” — Frankie Slaughter
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