A group exhibition of imaginative art hosted by True Love Gallery in Seattle's Capitol Hill.
"Highly detailed, imaginative interpretations of The Unknowable encourage us to dispel dystopia through fearless and selfless connection to the sum of all living things. These numinous artworks embrace an ephemeral reality, where not even death is absolute, and from darkness, light is born."
With original art by : Michelle Anderst, Patricia Ariel, Carrie Ann Baade, Oliver Benson, Marlene Seven Bremner, Kim Evans, William Fahey, Don Farrell, Dean Fleming, Meesha Goldberg, Mark Henson, Martina Hoffmann, Brigid Marlin, Patrick McGrath Muñiz, Otto Rapp, Anthony Santella, Roku Sasaki, Carol Spicuzza, Liba WS, and Miguel Tio
May 10, 2018 - June 10, 2018
With Capitol Hill Art Walk Artist Reception Thursday, May 10, 6-10 PM
at True Love Art Gallery, 1525 Summit Ave., Seattle, USA
“When we tune out the distracting chatter of fear and desire, we notice that things are more harmonious than they had seemed. Subtly circulating through and around us, infinite creation spirals from unseen source to unseen destination, and no malice can thwart its perpetual flourishing.
A universe of stars, shimmering in cyclical time, we are swathed, for a measured moment, in the transient flesh of a ripening fruit, so that we might offer ourselves for the enrichment of all life. Though everything we hold dear is ephemeral, we are the flora and fauna, the earth, the air, the water and the fire. In the hour of tyranny, atrophy or even death, we revolve - inharmonious elements are uprooted and overturned in the garden of timelessness. Each revolution folds nutrients into the soil, and, from darkness, light is born.
Inspired by The Unknowable, and full of love for this plexus of life to which we are connected, we enact glorious transformation, dispelling dystopia. Fearless and selfless, we revolve!"