In the Studio with
This Saturday we introduce you to artist David Syre!
David Syre is an American artist whose large-scale acrylic paintings, drawings, sculptures, and art installations are inspired by travel, his subconscious mind, and nature.
Syre is self-taught, creates artwork at an accelerated pace and embraces bold lines and brave colors. Archetypal symbols and numbers often appear as images alongside words referencing the moment of creation.
He is an artist whose world-view is informed by personal transformation.
Why do you create and what need does it satisfy?
I create for the energy and power of love, forgiveness and compassion. Creations from my subconscious mind assist me to live in the PRESENT and move away from the past and future.
What did you have to develop, try, or learn to create your artwork?
I needed courage. Courage to begin. Courage to continue. Courage to know that we are all-natural artists. Courage to know that there are NO mistakes.
How has your practice changed over time?
I have become more and more curious. Nothing happens without curiosity.
What is your most important artistic tool?
My subconscious mind.
Is there something you can’t live without in your studio?
Pandora and Spotify with music selections from around the world.
2020 Fall Juried Exhibit
David currently has work in our Fall Juried Exhibit!
Click this link to see his artwork among many others, or come by the J the following days to see it in person:
Thursdays 12 PM – 4:30 PM
Fridays 12 PM – 4:30 PM
Saturday 12 PM – 4:30 PM