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by:Cailong     2019-07-23
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KITCHENER —
Painter Sherry Czekus was inspired by the crowd around him, but there was no group of old people wandering around the street.
The crowd must be huge, mobile and dynamic, and people live their daily life on their way to work in the gym, or just stop and check their phones.
She does not draw faces because they are not about individuals.
"I hope people feel this way, you are a member of the crowd," says Czekus, one of the artists who will be on display this weekend at Universal Studios Spring 2017 Invitational and open day.
It is inspiring for Czekus to be surrounded by so much creativity, and the bright sunshine on the windows of this renovated children's shoe factory in Whitney square adds to the inspiration
She already has loyal followers and is represented at Waterloo, Toronto, Quebec and several American galleriesS. galleries.
One of her most recent works was commissioned by the lounge of the newly renovated Walper hotel.
As for her theme, while Czekus works in kidina, there are not enough people on the streets of the city to trigger the images she wants to capture, so the artist goes to London, New York City, Toronto, A few weeks later, Dublin guaranteed the streets to be the center of human activity.
"As a group, I am interested in us," said the artist, who worked by taking a few photos of the crowd and then reviewing the images on a later date.
Sometimes it may take a few days or even weeks for her to see them, and there will always be a surprise, which is the scene element she didn't notice while taking pictures.
Czekus is not necessarily interested in street scenes, street artists, quirks or sadness on homeless people, although these images do sometimes become her work.
She is very passionate about how people act collectively and almost become a single creature.
"I 've been looking for that sweet place and it's synced when it comes together," she said . ".
"I'm looking for interesting moments.
"Her large paintings are dynamic, but she has two different ways of being both image and abstract.
Her image work is bold in color and can be identified as a character, while the abstraction is softer in tone, almost soft, and takes some time before the image becomes apparent.
Recently, she began trying to use black ink on the Mela sheets, and then washed with water into a mysterious, almost ghostly effect.
Czekus admitted that her bathtub at home had a great abuse of this new form of experimental art.
Czekus, a latecomer, returned to college to study art after her daughter became more independent.
She holds a master's degree in fine arts from Western universities and works full-time as an artist, although she also has several part-time jobs;
Hospital clerk, supply teacher.
Open days on Friday and Saturday will feature 12 artists from Universal Studios.
A non-profit organization established in 1988.
The organization has two open companies each year, and they often try to do something different.
This year's exhibition was an invitation, attended by 13 artists from outside Universal Studios.
One of the organizers, Moderator Michelle sourcing, said they decided to open the exhibition to "showcase some of the very talented artists in the area that have not been shown around the globe before ".
"Several of these artists work in basement studios or in remote areas of the area, and since studio space is always upscale, it is often isolated.
"We hope to be inspired by some of these artists and some of them," Purchase said . ".
Vhill @ therecord. com KITCHENER —
Painter Sherry Czekus was inspired by the crowd around him, but there was no group of old people wandering around the street.
The crowd must be huge, mobile and dynamic, and people live their daily life on their way to work in the gym, or just stop and check their phones.
She does not draw faces because they are not about individuals.
"I hope people feel this way, you are a member of the crowd," says Czekus, one of the artists who will be on display this weekend at Universal Studios Spring 2017 Invitational and open day.
It is inspiring for Czekus to be surrounded by so much creativity, and the bright sunshine on the windows of this renovated children's shoe factory in Whitney square adds to the inspiration
She already has loyal followers and is represented at Waterloo, Toronto, Quebec and several American galleriesS. galleries.
One of her most recent works was commissioned by the lounge of the newly renovated Walper hotel.
As for her theme, while Czekus works in kidina, there are not enough people on the streets of the city to trigger the images she wants to capture, so the artist goes to London, New York City, Toronto, A few weeks later, Dublin guaranteed the streets to be the center of human activity.
"As a group, I am interested in us," said the artist, who worked by taking a few photos of the crowd and then reviewing the images on a later date.
Sometimes it may take a few days or even weeks for her to see them, and there will always be a surprise, which is the scene element she didn't notice while taking pictures.
Czekus is not necessarily interested in street scenes, street artists, quirks or sadness on homeless people, although these images do sometimes become her work.
She is very passionate about how people act collectively and almost become a single creature.
"I 've been looking for that sweet place and it's synced when it comes together," she said . ".
"I'm looking for interesting moments.
"Her large paintings are dynamic, but she has two different ways of being both image and abstract.
Her image work is bold in color and can be identified as a character, while the abstraction is softer in tone, almost soft, and takes some time before the image becomes apparent.
Recently, she began trying to use black ink on the Mela sheets, and then washed with water into a mysterious, almost ghostly effect.
Czekus admitted that her bathtub at home had a great abuse of this new form of experimental art.
Czekus, a latecomer, returned to college to study art after her daughter became more independent.
She holds a master's degree in fine arts from Western universities and works full-time as an artist, although she also has several part-time jobs;
Hospital clerk, supply teacher.
Open days on Friday and Saturday will feature 12 artists from Universal Studios.
A non-profit organization established in 1988.
The organization has two open companies each year, and they often try to do something different.
This year's exhibition was an invitation, attended by 13 artists from outside Universal Studios.
One of the organizers, Moderator Michelle sourcing, said they decided to open the exhibition to "showcase some of the very talented artists in the area that have not been shown around the globe before ".
"Several of these artists work in basement studios or in remote areas of the area, and since studio space is always upscale, it is often isolated.
"We hope to be inspired by some of these artists and some of them," Purchase said . ".
Vhill @ therecord. com KITCHENER —
Painter Sherry Czekus was inspired by the crowd around him, but there was no group of old people wandering around the street.
The crowd must be huge, mobile and dynamic, and people live their daily life on their way to work in the gym, or just stop and check their phones.
She does not draw faces because they are not about individuals.
"I hope people feel this way, you are a member of the crowd," says Czekus, one of the artists who will be on display this weekend at Universal Studios Spring 2017 Invitational and open day.
It is inspiring for Czekus to be surrounded by so much creativity, and the bright sunshine on the windows of this renovated children's shoe factory in Whitney square adds to the inspiration
She already has loyal followers and is represented at Waterloo, Toronto, Quebec and several American galleriesS. galleries.
One of her most recent works was commissioned by the lounge of the newly renovated Walper hotel.
As for her theme, while Czekus works in kidina, there are not enough people on the streets of the city to trigger the images she wants to capture, so the artist goes to London, New York City, Toronto, A few weeks later, Dublin guaranteed the streets to be the center of human activity.
"As a group, I am interested in us," said the artist, who worked by taking a few photos of the crowd and then reviewing the images on a later date.
Sometimes it may take a few days or even weeks for her to see them, and there will always be a surprise, which is the scene element she didn't notice while taking pictures.
Czekus is not necessarily interested in street scenes, street artists, quirks or sadness on homeless people, although these images do sometimes become her work.
She is very passionate about how people act collectively and almost become a single creature.
"I 've been looking for that sweet place and it's synced when it comes together," she said . ".
"I'm looking for interesting moments.
"Her large paintings are dynamic, but she has two different ways of being both image and abstract.
Her image work is bold in color and can be identified as a character, while the abstraction is softer in tone, almost soft, and takes some time before the image becomes apparent.
Recently, she began trying to use black ink on the Mela sheets, and then washed with water into a mysterious, almost ghostly effect.
Czekus admitted that her bathtub at home had a great abuse of this new form of experimental art.
Czekus, a latecomer, returned to college to study art after her daughter became more independent.
She holds a master's degree in fine arts from Western universities and works full-time as an artist, although she also has several part-time jobs;
Hospital clerk, supply teacher.
Open days on Friday and Saturday will feature 12 artists from Universal Studios.
A non-profit organization established in 1988.
The organization has two open companies each year, and they often try to do something different.
This year's exhibition was an invitation, attended by 13 artists from outside Universal Studios.
One of the organizers, Moderator Michelle sourcing, said they decided to open the exhibition to "showcase some of the very talented artists in the area that have not been shown around the globe before ".
"Several of these artists work in basement studios or in remote areas of the area, and since studio space is always upscale, it is often isolated.
"We hope to be inspired by some of these artists and some of them," Purchase said . ".
Vhill @ therecord.
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