Lisa Fields Clark
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“Inclusion” is not a traditional visual art show. It is a tactile exhibit meant for all of us. It attempts to integrate artistic stimulants that accommodate and appeal to both aural/visual communicators and visual/bodily-kinesthetic communicators while encompassing subject matter that relates to the human condition as a whole.

Most of us are aural/visual communicators; that is, we understand through means of hearing and seeing, but many individuals are considered visual/bodily-kinesthetic communicators; meaning, they process information more readily by seeing, touching and doing. The intention of this exhibit is to communicate through art with as many people as possible, including those who would normally not attend an art show.

The medium is hand-cut stained glass mosaic, adhered to wood, with metal hardware accents. All glass has been hand-ground to eliminate any sharp edges or points, and then coated with acrylic. These few pieces are representative of a body of fifteen. Artwork title cards will be provided in large type and braille. Artwork is meant to hang at 48 inches to accommodate wheelchair users.





Expectation

Expectation (5/2012)
18” diameter, 6” depth

Misconstrued

Misconstrued (6/2012)
Diptych: top-bottom
w16.5” x h12” x d2.5”
w16” x h12.5” x d2.5”

Winning Streak

Winning Streak (8/2012)
29” x 29” x d3”

Learning Curve

Learning Curve (2/2012)
W24” x h13” x d3”





This body of work is generously supported by grants from the Nevada Arts Council and National Endowment for the Arts.

NEA

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NEWS The exhibit:
INCLUSION
ART
FACILITATION
MORE
MOSAICS
OTHER
PROJECTS
BIO CONTACT