Amazing Grace captures the resiliency and power of an African Amercan woman model. She represents confidence rather than definance, composure in the face of adversity and refers to a quote by Martin Luther King, "It is not where we stand in moments of comfort and convenience, but where we stand in moments of challenge and controversy".
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There is some evidence that an artist sees differently. Is it so by birth or cultivation via the artists way? Perhaps both, as is the case with Dan Earle. His palette has always been the infinite color wheel of human emotion. A counselor once said that he is the kind of person that can walk into crowded room and within a short time grasp the emotional tenor of the people both as individuals and as a symphony. It is this seeing that infuses his art and is most apparent in his sculptures, which reflect an emotional attitude, story or point of tension.
His watercolor, acrylic and print work add the dimension of abstract chaos vs. the minds natural tendency...
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