You’ve heard of mixed media and you’ve heard of multimedia art. What’s the difference?
In visual art, mixed media is an artwork in which more than one medium has been employed. Multimedia art, on the other hand combines visual art with non-visual elements, such as recorded sound, literature, drama, dance, motion graphics, music, or interactivity.
At DIMENSIONS 2017 you will come across the “mixed media” of four incredible artists who each work with different mediums and in very different styles.
Christine Mockett incorporates fibres into her work creating both figurative and structural sculptures.
Beth McCubbin’s figures use a combination of concrete, steel and other mediums to capture human movement and emotion.
Edna Lemyre looks for a structural connection between nature and the human form creating balance with colour and humour.
Many of you are familiar with Gordon Wright’s stone sculptures, but this year he adds two mixed media pieces that have a jazzy musical element, combining wood, metal and found objects.
So much to see and do and learn at DIMENSIONS 2017.
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October 19-22nd, Horticulture Building, Lansdowne Park