Art is a form of communication between the artist and the viewer. Art is about vision, and how that vision
is expressed is what can create a strong emotional pull for the observer.
This exhibition encompasses the pop theme of presenting commonplace objects as fine art. It is meant to
engage the viewer and allow them to contemplate and pull thought from within and for a moment
disengage from the outside world.
Morhous continually searches to portray her environment in the world today. These sculptures expose the
viewer to and pull him in to react and question what he is viewing; be it life and ones existence, the worlds
plight or just to bring a smile. Idiomatic titles prompt the viewers to seek metaphorical interpretations to
these works. These titles hint at multi-layered meanings.
What you see is definitely not what you get.
Watch also at OMA opening Sept 22 for FRED TOMASELLI
July 22 – Dec 2.
THE STEEL GODDESS: WORKS BY FAIYA FREDMAN, 19982018
Sept 1 – Jan 13
JAMES HUBBELL: SEEKING BALANCE
Sept 22 – Feb 3.