Feature Articles

January 2011

Charleston Artist Guild in Charleston, SC, Offers Works by Deborah Sisco

The Charleston Artist Guild in Charleston, SC, will present the exhibit, Breaking Out, featuring works by Deborah Sisco, on view in the Charleston Artist Guild Gallery, from Jan. 1 - 31, 2012. A reception will be held on Jan. 6, from 5-8pm.

Breaking Out is an exhibit about leaving the ordinary behind. It includes 3-dimensional images bursting out of the canvases, tantalizing colors, textures and compositions. Leave all of your preconceived ideas about art at home and have a love affair with color that will arouse your senses.

Sisco was born and raised in Cleveland, OH and migrated to Charleston as a young adult where she attended the College of Charleston and developed her passion for art. Her work is influenced by the pioneers of the modern art movement of the nineteenth century and by today’s Pop music. She approaches each new work with a vision of color that is intended to produce a poetic relationship to both the compositions and music that inspired each new work.

According to Sisco, it is first and foremost about the color, it needs to be visually pleasing, disturbing, happy or peaceful, but it should not leave you empty. Her feeling is that you should be drawn into each work and therefore you become part of it. Sisco’s work is displayed in private collections and commercial establishments across the United States.

For further information check our SC Institutional Gallery listings, call the Guild at 843/722-2454 or visit (www.charlestonartistguild.com).

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