Royse Contemporary offers unique configurations of original art
Staff Reports | Digital Free Press
Royse Contemporary presents ‘Consideration of Color,’ a group exhibition examining color, reflecting upon the effects color creates within both the artist and viewer.
Color is a brilliant tool allowing artists to further express themselves, as well as a way to connect with its viewers. As renowned artist Wassily Kandinsky once said, “Color is a power which directly influences the soul,” awakening our senses on multiple levels.
Royse Contemporary is in the Scottsdale Arts District in the Marshall Square complex at 7077 E. Main St.
Ms. Royse has assembled an intriguing collection of work by artists working in an array of mediums including painting, drawing and mixed media. This exhibition showcases the work of six noteworthy artists including:
Becky Spradling and
Barbara Kemp Cowlin.
Mr. Royse reminds each artist approaches their work in an original way, and we are delighted to bring this enchanting collection of work to Royse Contemporary.
“We seek to highlight artists whose work offers a vibrancy, distinctive voice and vitality that will evoke and captivate a wide audience,” she said in a prepared statement. “I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way — things I had no words for, Georgia O’Keeffe. Let us consider the artists inclusion or omission of color within their work, the emotional connection and response we may experience when we view colors.”
The Consideration of Color exhibition opens from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1. A special artist reception is set for a week later from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, coinciding with the “Scottsdazzle Artwalk.”