NATURALLY INSPIRED: WORK BY LYN BELISLE, SABRA BOOTH, JESUS TORO MARTINEZ, AND TIM MCMEANS
I finally got to the this fantastic exhibition at St. Mary’s University which opened while we were in Cuba. The last I saw of my “Unearthed” pieces was dropping them off in a big box to curator Brian St. John at St. Mary’s University – goodbye, stuff!
Brian, a huge talented painter and professor of art at St. Mary’s, treated me to lunch yesterday and a tour of the exhibit – wow! The works by (lucky) me and the other three artists integrates beautifully. Read Brian’s statement to see how all of this came about:
I knew Tim McMeans’ work well and had admired it for some time. His hybrid painted-drawings of two dimensional figures in broken geometric planes were recently featured in a great show at the Felder Gallery.
Jesus Toro Martinez is also a well-know San Antonio painter whose work I knew for its textures and power depicting earth themes. We had met a couple of times, and I loved his outgoing generous nature.
Sabra Booth was new to me, but no longer – she is amazing. Her organize prints and collographs are stunning. In the exhibition, she has one huge collagraphic printing plate displayed next to the framed print it produced. I am a new fan of her work!
I took some photographs of the exhibit when I was there with Brian yesterday – want to see? Just click on the image below!
What a jaw dropping amazing exhibit!!!!
Thanks, dear friend!
Such a wonderful exhibit. Would love to see in person. Your work continues to inspire. Thank you
Thanks, Judith – it’s important to work in different media, I think. We can be true to our style but challenge ourselves from time to time.
Lyn, Such a spectacular exhibit! Thank you for sharing! Did you do the basket forms?
Yes – Shannon Weber taught me how to do those. Thanks, Linda!
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