DANIELLE KRYSA – she’d wandered into ‘the artist’s mind’ and unless she hung a right at the glitter, this is where patty would spend eternity.
Mayberry Fine Art is pleased to present Danielle Krysa’s solo exhibition of recent works. Opening reception with artist in attendance Saturday, June 1st from 2 - 5 pm and artist tour and talk at 3 pm.
“confused but intrigued, they were witnessing the birth of an avant-garde phenomenon known as the selfie.”
32 x 32 in
There are, and always have been, a ridiculous number of stories in my head – stories I tell myself, stories I share out loud, and stories that become my mixed media collages. My most recent work takes those narratives a little further, inviting the viewer into my mind. There are messes and moments of pure joy that exist in an artist’s chaotic and abstract world. There are also quiet white spaces – completely void of ideas – but then somehow, someway the creative machine starts churning again. A juicy stroke of paint in the perfect hue, or just the right found image and, voila, joy is restored! These artworks are a glimpse into the never-ending treasure hunt that goes on in my head – a combination of humor, personal thoughts, rich textures, found images and vibrant color.
Danielle is the writer behind the contemporary art site, The Jealous Curator, and the author of “Creative Block”, “Collage”, “Your Inner Critic Is A Big Jerk” and “A Big Important Art Book”. Her work is in private collections in Canada, The United States and Europe. She has a BFA in Visual Arts, and a post-grad in graphic design and lives with her family in British Columbia.
“the rainbows were, like. totally the cutest part – until blaine miller, like, totally showed up!”
“already a heavy subject, paul’s intense gaze was NOT helping – come on, man.”
15 x 15 in
“she’d ease the in-laws into her contemporary taste with a tiny sample – but, oh yes, di would be back for ALL of this shit.”
30 x 22 in
$1,600.00 including frame
“she’d trade glitter and grandeur for a rose-colored sky any day.”
“in randy’s experience, large-scale artwork was a guaranteed panty-dropper.”
16 x 20 in
“life imitating art or art imitating glenda? tomato/tomato – she was taking this bad boy home.”
16 x 20 in
“after endless circles around ‘A FOOL’S ERRAND, 1981’ shep and lil just wanted to find the GD gift shop.”
30 x 30 in
“even on a guided tour, there was no way she could keep up with ruth’s GD creative process.”
“they’d given up on finding the gift shop – now they were hoping this place had a bar.”
Mixed Media on Panel
36 x 36 in
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