(Everyday) Interpretations: Cindy Arsaga, Joe Morzuch & Adam Posnak

(Everyday) Interpretations: Cindy Arsaga, Joe Morzuch & Adam Posnak

May 8, 2015

(Everyday) Interpretations: Cindy Arsaga, Joe Morzuch & Adam Posnak

 

Cindy Arsaga, Joe Morzuch and Adam Posnak work in three distinctly different media. Each artist derives inspiration from everyday experience. 

Arsaga, who lives in Fayetteville, uses photography to capture images of daily experience and employs a process of layering encaustic (hot wax) pigment on her photographs. 

Morzuch, who lives in Bono, captures beauty in the most mundane objects to create dancing color and light with oil paint on canvas. 

Posnak, who lives in West Fork, makes terracotta pottery, the decoration of which reflects an interest in various traditional systems of belief, particularly those of West Africa and the African Diaspora. 

The exhibition continues in the Trinity Gallery for Arkansas Artists through August 9, 2015. 


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(Everyday) Interpretations: Cindy Arsaga, Joe Morzuch & Adam Posnak