“Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn and you will.”
Kush’s metaphorical artwork grabbed me line, hook and sinker with symbolic images that tell stories through their relationships to each other. Hidden meanings and unexpected likenesses and connections all combined into one composition left me with one puzzle to ponder after another. The parallels Kush draws between objects inspires the viewer to think creatively, abstractly and with great depth and insight.
Each piece of work featured in The Chalk Farm Gallery compliments the theme of visionary art; spiritual and metaphysical in nature. Some of the other artists represented by Chalk Farm Gallery include:
If you are on the East Coast, Daniel Merriam will be featured at The Allentown Art Museum, At the Edge: Art of the Fantastic from June 3rd to September 9th, check it out. Fans of Maxfield Parrish will appreciate his work. You can see the influence in Merriam’s work. Merriam has several exquisite coffee table books, including “The Art of Daniel Merriam: The Eye of a Dreamer.” For more information, please visit this site http://bit.ly/KJIB99.
We returned twice throughout the day to Chalk Farm Gallery. It was one of our favorites on Canyon Road. Fascinating work that none of us would have suspected we’d be particularly drawn to. We couldn’t help but appreciate the elements of carefully constructed thought that went into the making of each composition.
To read about these artists and many creatives that are represented by Chalk Farm Gallery, please visit http://bit.ly/Jns3Qr.