Lorraine Lawson, Cambell CA
With paint and encaustic mediums Lorraine explores watering down, thickening up or suspending to ‘disturb’ layers or elements that explore a sense of time, memory, and place. I appropriate and evolve visual symbols, like the African Sankofa to invite lyrical and meaningful ways of expressing life. The Japanese Wabisabi, embodies the appreciation of honoring that which is broken, and acknowledging time worn surfaces and beauty in imperfection. Her art is the product conveyed by years of observing, quiet dedication to the exploration of techniques that express her view is tireless.