You will at times be fascinated by how nature mocks the forms and figures of traditional art, or marvel at the beauty found in chaos when captured and presented by an Aleatoric master.
Fort Meyers, Florida (PRWEB) April 14, 2014
The Movement of Aleatoric Modern Artists is a hand-picked assemblage of 48 extraordinary painters, sculptors, photographers and craftspeople representing an emerging “period” in art which has spontaneously occurred all over the world with uncanny simultaneity. In response to society's apathy toward the undermining of our planet's ecological balance by the ever-advancing technology of industry, every member of our movement has discovered a unique artistic approach that is philosophically, spiritually, and/or functionally aligned with nature. Each artist has selflessly devoted his/her talents to advocating the virtues of our Mother Earth and discovering new ways of collaborating with her design to produce a body of work greater than our abilities alone would allow. MAMA's members were chosen for their willingness to “roll the dice” (the literal meaning of the root word “alea” in aleatoric), and to take a faithful exploratory leap into the vast unknown realm that is the future of fine art.
Ray Cabarga (California)
Cristine Cambrea (Florida)
Tsvetan Chetashki (Bulgaria)
Veron Ennis (Florida)
Don Frost (Ontario)
Reed Ghazala (Ohio)
Beth Holt (Netherlands)
Newel Hunter (Washington State)
Ted Lincoln (Florida)
J Coleman Miller (Texas)
Anick Morel (Canada)
Allan Rodewald (Texas)
Stoffel de Roover (Montreal)
Mark Stock (Massachusetts)
Art Venti (California)
Alex Volborth (1925-2009, Montana)
Read more about the artists at http://thedice.smugmug.com/Art/LCAA-2014-ARTISTS.
Lee County Alliance for the Arts
10091 McGregor Blvd. Ft. Myers, FL 33919
Phone: (239) 939-2787
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