Mosaic artist Ariel Bleth is inspired by the work of traditional and contemporary Australian Aboriginal artists who capture the story of their relationship to their native landscape through song and art.
“Mosaic art is an incredible vehicle for exploring the desire for wholeness, for finding what author James Joyce calls ‘the “rhythm of beauty’,” says Bleth. “My aim is to uncover and amplify the synergy between disparate energies or broken forms, and create a bridge between the world of our nature within and the nature of the world around us.”
Her pieces are a conversation between the size, shape, color, sides and texture of each piece, their harmonious placement, as well as the spaces in between.
Her work is on display through April 27(gallery is closed Sundays).
4 Ravens Gallery
248 N. HigginsMissoula, MT
- 10 a.m.-6 p.m. April 1-27 (gallery is closed Sundays)
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