Preview: Cycle "Myth, Science, Color" at Weldon Arts
Last night Cycle opened his latest solo show Myth, Science, Color at Weldon Arts. Here’s what he had to say about his latest exhibition:
“I am trying to show a variety of styles and subject matter and material. I am trying to show a full range of technical ability as well as conceptual thinking. Some pieces have a more hard edge illustrative style. Some are more painterly. Some pieces are invented characters, some are recognizable images. I am always trying to explore and try new things. I am never satisfied with one style or subject matter. I love to experiment. Sometime I feel it get me in trouble because I think people see me all over the place, but I see it as a positive because I am not limiting myself. [Similar to, the more one reads], the larger your speaking vocabulary becomes. The invented characters are the “Myth”, the recognizable images are the “Science” and the “Colors” are what ties it all together. I love my bright colors. I am attracted to Lime Greens, Hot Pinks, Turquoises, Purples. I think my chosen color pallet is a residual effect from all my years of graffiti.”
Note: The opening was Thursday night. We had previously posted that the opening in Tonight, however the exhibition will be up through December 1st.