Creating a Storm, Sakura Fubuki focuses on large gestural paintings, splashed and dripped in an interpretation of the Garden atmosphere, and contemporary fresco stone work. The newest work will be a twenty one painting montage of 12"x12" paintings that make up one vista. These 12"x12" works will be for sale during the exhibit, as singular or group paintings. As pieces of the painting are removed, the existing pieces will be pulled together, thus reconfiguring the painting surface. It will be an ongoing process with the painting evolving throughout the exhibit.
Join us for the Opening Reception of Diana Carey's, "Creating a Storm: Sakura Fubuki" on Thursday, January 31st, 2012 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM.
Registration: or 619.232.2721 ext. 104
Diana Carey, aka "d. goth," began painting and exhibiting professionally in the late 1990s. Initially known for her fresco paintings on broken stones and her poetry, Diana moved into large scale canvas paintings incorporating the Pollock, gestural technique of throwing, dripping, and splattering paint with brushes and sticks. Many of her works are over 8ft tall. Her goal is to lead the viewer into the "tangled threads and splatters of paint to find a home amidst the perceived chaos." Diana was intrigued by Pollock's style because it was initially difficult to understand. What appeared to be simple and random turned out to be challenging. She describes her finished work as being no more chaotic than the connecting particles that make up existence itself.
To learn more about Diana visit her blog site at: http://dianacareyart.blogspot.com/