Saturday, June 13, 5 – 7pm
Joshua Willis constructs low-relief paintings combining scrap metals, wood, and corrugated plastic, informed by the landscapes of his native of New Mexico. The colorful structures reflect the practice of seeking a balance found in natural systems. This new body of work integrates artifact, form and color into adaptable narratives of time, place and aesthetics.
Joshua Willis is a mixed media artist, integrating materials to explore properties of balance, harmony and diversity found in healthy landscapes. He received his BFA from University of New Mexico and studied at The Glasgow School of Art and Architecture in Scotland. Willis has shown extensively in New Mexico and formerly coordinated sustainability programming for the City of Albuquerque Open Space Division. See more of his art at: http://www.jwillisart.com/
Exhibition Dates: June 12 – July 4, 2015