Welmont is pleased to announce Phosphor-Obscura, an exhibition by Kristen Phipps and Erica Luedtke on Friday, May 20th, 2016. The opening reception is Friday, May 20th from 5pm-9pm. The event is free and open to the public.
The exhibition is a body of work from Kristen Phipps and Erica Luedtke that relates ideas of time and color vibrancy with visual depth and familiarity. Phipps’ work integrates camera obscura techniques to explore the darker undertones of deterioration and projection. Memories become about past and future; a chromatic wasteland of uncertainty. Luedtke’s work explores the formal qualities of paint and color luminosity while questioning the relationship between the figure and ground. This exhibition encourages viewers to contemplate themes such as life and death, and to be open to transformation.
Untitled (Red Ground), 2016, Acrylic on Tyvek mounted on panel, 84in x 48in.
Erica Luedtke (United States, 1993) is receiving a BFA in painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA in the spring of 2016. She has exhibited her work internationally in Lacoste, France and domestically in Cincinnati, Ohio and Savannah, Georgia. Luedtke has participated in various Open Studio events and group exhibitions and her work is part of SCAD’s Permanent Collection. She is currently living and working in Savannah, GA.
See more of Luedtke’s work at: www.ericaluedtke.com
Home Movie, 2016, Oil and acrylic on laser cut panel, 48in x 48in
Kristen Phipps (United States, 1993) is receiving a BFA in painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design and has already received an AA from Cowley County Community College. She has exhibited her work internationally in Lacoste, France and domestically in Kansas and Georgia. She is currently living and working in Savannah, GA.
See more of Phipps’ work at: www.kristenphipps.com
Located in Savannah Georgia, Welmont focuses on providing the facilities and resources necessary to nurture local artistic talents as well as showcase nationally and internationally recognized artists.