Royse Contemporary will present “Emotions Revisited,” an exhibition exploring feelings, expression of emotion, and knowledge through emotion translated into artwork and the creative process.
Curator Nicole Royse has selected a group of artists describe as having “an incredible energy, originality, and a distinctive voice,” according to a press release.
“Emotions Revisited is a poignant exhibition that explores the power of our emotions, especially relevant in our current turbulent times, and how the artist translates that into their work,” said owner/curator Ms. Royse in a prepared statement.
This exhibition showcases the work of Arizona artists: James Angel, Charmagne Vasquez Coe, Cam DeCaussin, Cherie Buck-Hutchison, Fausto Fernandez, Peter Brian Klein, Daniel Shepherd, Marilyn Szabo, Casey Wakefield.
The local artists, may appear aesthetically different but have a bond and vitality that connects their work, the release said.
An eclectic selection of work with artists working in painting, collage, mixed media, and photography, highlighting art that is visceral, authentic and engaging, the exhibition opened virtually to the public on Nov. 11 via Royse Contemporary Facebook Page.
A public opening, with an opportunity to meet some of the featured artists and the curatoris, will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, coinciding with the special “Canal Convergence” Scottsdale ArtWalk.
Emotions Revisited will be on display at Royse Contemporary through Dec. 6, according to the release.
Royse Contemporary – open 6-8 p.m., Thursday; 12-3 p.m., Saturday; and by appointment – is in the Scottsdale Arts District of the Marshall Square complex, 7077 E. Main Street, Suite 6.
For more information about Royse Contemporary or featured artists: roysecontemporary.com.