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Art Conversations with Thomas Turner + Carly Drew | Sat, Feb 18th

Happy Valentines Week!

We would like to invite you to join us for our Art Conversations with Thomas Turner and Carly Drew on Saturday, February 18th, 2017 from 4:00 – 6:00 pm. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the artists as they discuss their most recent body of work.

Art Conversations with Thomas Turner + Carly Drew
Saturday February 18th, 2017
4:00 -6:00 pm

RSVP by emailing info@kailinart.com

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday!

Yu-Kai Lin & the KAI LIN ART Team

info@KAILINART.com // 404 408 4248

The Art of Thomas Turner // HATCHED The Creation of the Universe // “Hatched” is the story of creation of the Universe from an egg. The show explores this creation through Chinese folklore, Greek mythology, Buddhism and Quantum theories. Through these inspirations another realm opens to us. Here, we witness our existence personified by birds, landscapes, the sun and moon. These elements come together to illustrate the beginning of time and space, to explore ideologies (ancient and new) from across the globe and to inspire life and unity. The stories told in each piece vary, but the overall message is that every living being, be it humans, animals or nature, derives from one common place, the Universe. While we all endure individuality and diversity we are interconnected in this way. The universe unites us. The universe hatched us.

The Art of Carly Drew // Raised between the red clay of South Carolina’s mountainous Dark Corner and my Grandparent’s farm in western Pennsylvania, I spent my childhood constantly traveling through the heart of Appalachia. This instilled a deep appreciation for the natural beauty of the region and a fascination with the heavy industries of mining, farming and natural gas that dwell there. I’m still inspired by my surroundings and make drawings about issues that impact my family, rural life and the landscapes I admire. My work examines our ever changing relationships to place through the layers of personal history, industrial changes to the terrain and the rich American landscape painting tradition. Drawing is my media of choice, because it parallels these layers by holding evidence of decisions made during the working process while showing changes in the work that have taken place over time. In using this direct connection of media and concept I work to layer past, present and unseen aspects of a location. By weaving each of these threads into a single image, the end result becomes a small narrative compression of the history, ideas and personal connections to the land.

For availability and inquiries, please call 404 408 4248 or e-mail info@kailinart.com