This episode of Visual Perspectives brings to you an interview with Donna Payton, Artist, followed by a demonstration by Donna that will show how to make paintskins; experiment, layer and assemble them to create collages.
All proceeds from this event will be donated to HomeFront.
“A person experiences life as something separated from the rest – a kind of optical delusion of consciousness. Our task must be to free ourselves from this self-imposed prison, and through compassion, find the reality of oneness.” Einstein. My newest body of work consists of mixed media drawings and paintings wherein the human heart symbolizes humanity, body and soul; and the human brain represents the One consciousness of us all. The various forms and colors are interpretations of bindu (Hindu), a dot representing the point from which all things emerged, the creation of something from nothing; and from a variety of readings in spiritual literature. I also build assemblage sculpture, combining traditional media with recycled objects which are sometimes paired with my paintings. My work is exhibited throughout the tri-state area and is in numerous collections. Through The Arts Council of Princeton, I teach a zoom class called Art Quest, helping other artists discover their true expressions through paint, collage and mixed media.
Learn more about Donna Payton on her website
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