Starting in 2013, artists Nicole Uzzell, Millicent Greason and Woodie Anderson began meeting to offer one another creative encouragement and share artistic breakthroughs. These conversations morphed into workshop and studio gatherings with each sharing methods and processes in their respective mediums as well as critical insights. Excited by the cross-pollinating and finding overlap in subject matter, the group began collaborating on larger-scale installation projects and working on new solo work around mutually discussed themes for an ongoing series of exhibits.
UPCOMING IN 2017:
PART 3: Sanctuary and Safekeeping
Eleanor & Egbert Davis Gallery, The Sawtooth School, Winston-Salem, NC; January 17th – March 17th 2017
Artists Nicole Uzzell, Millicent Greason and Woodie Anderson present new work examining spaces where comfort, safety and authenticity can be found. The third in their collaborative series, this exhibit will include three large-scale installation pieces built on-site, inviting visitors to contemplate their own feelings of safety and belonging.
The exhibit includes: paper, wire and ceramic sculptures by Nicole Uzzell, mixed media assemblages by Millicent Greason and prints and mixed-media works by Woodie Anderson.
Visitors may also explore the artistic process through an interactive installation that includes a peek into the artists studios, touchable work-in-progress, and discussion on the use of creative-space as a sanctuary for nurturing artistic thought and creation.
Thursday, January 19th, 5pm-7pm
Artist Discussion and Guided Exhibit Tour:
Friday, February 3rd, 5:30pm – 7pm
(show on view January 17th – March 17th 2017)
PART 2: Ooze & Instinct
The Trifecta present new work examining transformations of the physical and mental self under pressure. Together, these three artists explore themes of distortion, mutation and renewal-leading to fresh, unexpected perspectives.
Inter_Section Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC; November 7 – December 27, 2014
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PART 1: Flight, Growth and Breaking Open
Together they collaborate on three sculptural, life-size self-portraits built from paper casting and other found objects and materials as a focal point for the exhibit.
Electric Moustache Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC; May 4 – 31, 2013
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