- Anne Bachelier
- William Basso
- Bill Carman
- Colin & Sas Christian
Innocence and maturity, and pure and evil are rarely two separate things, but rather an intertwined force that tirelessly searches for perfect balance – which of course, can never be met. This inability to maintain moral equilibrium promises free agency – the ability to choose. Whether influenced by inherited traits, environmental circumstance, or crippling self doubt, the players of Pandora’s Box embody various shades of good and bad
Nineteen modern masters of fantasy and surrealism exhibit painting and sculpture in a variety of media, curated by AFA owner Heidi Leigh. Each features artist conveys his or her own unique and often macabre universe. Female power figures, lively skeletal beings, psychedelic cephalopods, genteel monsters, and apocalyptic babies are just a few of the denizens teetering between light and dark in this collection of work. The representation of this struggle is extreme, yet perfectly analogous with real-life conflicts. Seductive fantastical imagery is unexpectedly met with unnerving self-reflection.