Erika Lizée at Bloomsbury University

Erika Lizée, Together Our Intentions Grow Stronger, graphite on paper

Congratulations to Erika Lizée for her inclusion of three drawings in this show, opening next week at Bloomsburg University!

MARK ON THE WALL

A juried exhibition of works on paper held in conjunction with
The 25th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf

Opening Reception & Awards Presentation
Thursday, June 4, 6-8 pm

The Gallery at Greenly Center
Bloomsburg University
50 East Main Street
Bloomsburg, PA 17815

http://woolf.bloomu.edu/

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“I am awed by the vast intricacies of world we live in. With a fuzzy and ever-shifting boundary between what is known and unknown, our limited understanding of life is constantly in flux. Phenomena that were once considered inexplicable or magical are continually redefined by scientific discovery. Creative and innovative thinking pushes the boundaries of what exists and what is accepted. Over time, perceptions are altered, the collective consciousness expands, and paradigms shift as we begin to think about the world in new ways. All of this combines with the complex ways in which we internally create our own notions of reality based on perceptions, beliefs, and filters.

In my artwork, I seek to express the sense of wonder that I experience when contemplating the fluid nature of reality. I am interested in representing the relationship between the known and unknown, the visible and invisible, the tangible and intangible. In my current installations, trompe l’oeil illusions and sculptural acrylic paintings work in conjunction with actual light and shadow to play with the perceptions of the viewer. The installations serve as a metaphor for the journey of our personal and shared life experiences. Ultimately, I seek to create lavish, otherworldly environments that reflect the infinite beauty and mysteries of life.”

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