The Geometry of Life
During the months of March and April, the Artists' Place Gallery at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer will be exhibiting the works of Renee Hoadley.
Renee writes: My artwork arises from that place deep within, where my rational mathematical side meets and harmonizes with my intuitive artistic side, creating visual images that blend my love of geometry and nature with my love of spiritual, philosophical and psychological explorations of transformation. I attempt to create images that illustrate the interconnectedness of nature, humanity and the cosmos through the use of sacred geometry – a field I've been exploring since 2009.
My artwork often explodes with the full spectrum of colors, in an attempt to symbolize Infinity within the Unity of creation.
I also explore cosmic themes of multidimensionality, life and death, using outer space backgrounds combined with images related to memory, or places and things I love.
I often create paintings using acrylic as well as black light paints, showing two sides of one image - symbolizing the physical and metaphysical sides of reality.
Each painting is an offering to the Divine, meant to inspire others, as I give thanks for the beauty, joy and unity that life has to offer.
The exhibit will be on display from March 3 through April 28 and may be viewed, by appointment, by contacting Rob Bearden at 251-767-8362.
Please join us on Sunday, March 11 from 3:00 until 5:00 for a meet-the-artist reception and viewing in Renee’s Honor.