To compliment Weehawken’s Annual Sneffels Fiber Arts Festival, the September exhibition will be another showcase by Ridgway artist, Tammi Brazee with her exhibit: “Domesticates”.
This series explores the influence of relationships, especially the close, domestic bonds of family and friends where the colors and patterns of our daily existence imprint themselves onto us, forming the person we become and how we view the world.
About the Artist: While the hint of a Yankee accent reveals Maryland roots, Colorado has been Tammi Brazee’s home for nearly two decades. She is professional, working artist and science geek, holding two graduate degrees, one in environmental science and the other in visual art. This unusual combination of interests has had a profound influence on Brazee’s work, keeping it suspended somewhere between recognizable reality and imaginary narrative. When she’s not in the studio pondering the relationship between things and slinging paint, she can be found wandering along a mountain trail, guidebook, binoculars and lens in hand, talking to the creatures met along the way.
"Domesticates" will be on display from September 1-30 at 610 Arts Collective (610 Clinton St.), open Monday-Friday 10:00 am-5:00 pm, with after hours showings available upon request.
MEET THE ARTIST at Ridgway's First Friday Event on Friday, September 6th from 5-9 pm and at his OPENING RECEPTION on Sunday, September 8
th from 6:10 until 9 pm.