Lela Brunet’s most recent works continue within her subject of goddess and the deified female form, exploring the role of power and femininity of the wider universe. Brunet is obsessed with fine details, intricate lines, unique color combinations, and geometric patterns. Her multimedia approach includes materials such as graphite, ink, coffee, acrylic, tissue bleed, and marker. Careful consideration for the posing and expressions of Brunet’s subjects have the hands gestured to depict power and purpose. The figures clothing is vibrantly earthy and sprouting from within with hair that is alive and animated.
Currently on exhibit for EMBOLDEN :: AUGUST 2 - SEPTEMBER 20 ::
Our fifth exhibit for 2019, Embolden features the work of Atlanta artists Lela Brunet, Phillip Harris, Joe Camoosa, Lucha Rodriguez, Jeremy Brown and Stan Clark. The artworks of Embolden feature strong, saturated colors, sweeping movements of abstract forms and inventive combinations of materials and processes.