Timothy Buwalda, The Birthplace, 2011, Oil on Canvas, 78 x 116.5 in.
Blue–statistically the most popular color–can soothe or electrify; it can convey mourning or celebration, melancholy or elation. Although
we commonly associate both the Blues and Picasso’s “Blue Period” with suffering, the color blue can also connote erotic passion, security, infinity, purity, fluent thought, and spiritual ascension.
The Fredric Snitzer Gallery’s “Summer Time Blues” exhibition features artists Alice Aycock, Zack Balber, Loriel Beltran, Timothy Buwalda, Sean Dack, Jacin Giordano, Luis Gispert, Gavin Perry, Bert Rodriguez, Diego Singh, and Michael Vasquez, each of whom distinctly and intuitively explores the color which arguably has the greatest emotional and spiritual range.Click here to sign up for the Soul Of Miami email list.