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Marta Lee and Cheyenne Weaver depict the hidden and subtle aspects of the daily lives in a fairly intense way. On the surface, their approach to art making appears mundane, magnifying daily routine and humdrum scenarios, but the core of their work reveals the extraordinary depth and complex emotional landscape intrinsic to the trivial moments and objects of life.

Lee’s two-dimensional works are playful and thoughtful, primarily mixed media on canvas or found fabric. Her work addresses topics of race, routine, and the future. Weaver’s eccentric and muted clay sculptures reflect on death, human debris, and gender. Color, humor, and self-reflection make this the perfect summer show.

Following the opening reception, the gallery will be in display through August 17.

Marta Lee and Cheyenne Weaver depict the hidden and subtle aspects of the daily lives in a fairly intense way. On the surface, their approach to art making appears mundane, magnifying daily routine and humdrum scenarios, but the core of their work reveals the extraordinary depth and complex emotional landscape intrinsic to the trivial moments and objects of life.

Lee’s two-dimensional works are playful and thoughtful, primarily mixed media on canvas or found fabric. Her work addresses topics of race, routine, and the future. Weaver’s eccentric and muted clay sculptures reflect on death, human debris, and gender. Color, humor, and self-reflection make this the perfect summer show.

Following the opening reception, the gallery will be in display through August 17.

Marta Lee and Cheyenne Weaver depict the hidden and subtle aspects of the daily lives in a fairly intense way. On the surface, their approach to art making appears mundane, magnifying daily routine and humdrum scenarios, but the core of their work reveals the extraordinary depth and complex emotional landscape intrinsic to the trivial moments and objects of life.

Lee’s two-dimensional works are playful and thoughtful, primarily mixed media on canvas or found fabric. Her work addresses topics of race, routine, and the future. Weaver’s eccentric and muted clay sculptures reflect on death, human debris, and gender. Color, humor, and self-reflection make this the perfect summer show.

Following the opening reception, the gallery will be in display through August 17.

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WHERE

Big Medium
916 Springdale Rd.
Bldg 2, #101
Austin, TX 78702
http://bigmedium.org/gallery-upcoming.html

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