February 14th, 2014 – Victor Sweatt, “Sacred Waters”Audio Post – PUBLIC : Interpreting Art With Music
This week we welcomed Victor Sweatt onto PUBLIC. He selected one of his works, “Sacred Waters” and helped us with the playlist as well! He says, “Created in watercolor and colored pencil, “Sacred Waters” is about the cleansing of the spirit. Water is formless but has many characteristics such as stillness, but there is also a constant flow that can wear down the rocks of river banks or in heavy volumes move whatever is in its path or simply go around it. I perceive spirituality is the same way, being formless and able to adapt to any condition that arises. In this picture I have several figures achieving stillness and letting things be as they become part of the spiritual waters simply moving through life.”
Victor’s work is currently on display at Metro Hall, Wayside Expressions Gallery, and at the downtown Bristol. There will be a reception at Wayside Gallery (120 W Broadway) this Sunday from 2-4PM. You can see more here.
02/14/14 • -1 min
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