The series of drawings titled “Creating Visibility for the Invisible” explores the dynamics of homelessness, and reveals the paths and circumstances that led to their subject’s displacement. The drawings reflect upon the homeless individual’s isolation, while examining the common misconceptions to focus on the long-standing chasm between the homeless and their surrounding communities. I talk to eachContinue reading “Creating Visibility for the Invisible”
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“Billy, John, and Ruth” 2018, UV Polymer Print with Watercolor. Size 11.25×10.25″. Second Place Award – Visual Arts Society of Denton.
Between Memory and Loci
Between Memory and Loci – Solo Exhibition of Angelia Ford These works explore the dramatic renovation that human memory performs upon history – transforming past events into personal narratives. Through encaustic works on paper and wood, book making and printmaking, Ford creates a passageway that reveals and solidifies her memories and recollections during various pointsContinue reading “Between Memory and Loci”