What better way to celebrate art than to honor the artists ability to share themselves with the world. In ancient times March was the beginning of the calendar, a stormy month when growth starts and the world is soon to be draped with beauty and new life.
Jana’s RedRoom with be featuring 3 artists that personify their creativity in their own terms.
Su Limbert – “Site specific installations explore the impact of civilization on the natural world and the contradictions of the human condition through evocative storybook narratives. Her multidisciplinary installations incorporate sculpture, drawing, painting, and ceramics.”
Tankbilt – “…has managed to slip the grasp of insanity through the expression of art. My work is rarely political, nor does it frequently carry a heavy message. Rather, I create to expand the horizons of what society perceives to be possible or beautiful.”
Sean Jones – “Overstimulated by modern popular culture, my work has often attempted to find stimulating connections between diverse realms of high and low art. Feeding on the collective media memories of generations raised on film, popular music, and television, I attempt to create a fresh experience for the viewer and their relationships with their contemporary iconography.”
Preview Thursday & First Fridays will be even bigger and better in March. The artists, vendors and planned improvements make this, “the 18b, the place to be“. There are new upgrades and amazing restaurants, like the Downtown Crown, now showing art from Jana’s Redroom. Check out their game room and events on the patio.
Will we see daffodils?
The best thing about being at Jana’s RedRoom and the Arts Factory is the community. Over 200 local artists show at the RedRoom alone. There is so much to see and experience. Come in to the Arts District, see where imagination and talent can move you in ways you never thought possible, maybe just to say hi, you never know who will walk through those doors.
Roger Kai Wildbear – Media Director
Jana’s RedRoom, The Heart Of The Arts District