Al Diaz and co-host Andrea Currie share their insights on “In the Skins of Trees”
Monday, December 9th 10am PST
When there is vulnerability, there is love. When there is love, there is creation. ~Andrea Currie
The purpose of my art is to emphasize my technical and precise method of pen and ink drawings. I use various methods such as stippling, cross-hatching and shading to employ classical pen and ink techniques. Combined with my unique subject matter of trees, my art depicts the spiral of how we live and grow in a constant flux of revisiting, revising and renewing ourselves. Like trees, we build on these layers as cycles in our individual growth, making us taller, fuller and wiser.
My education includes an Honors English Literature degree from the University of Guelph and a Diploma of Education from Newcastle University, Australia. I have travelled the world as both student and teacher applying my passion for creativity, learning and connecting through my artistic expression which I call PomonaLIFE. Through creativity we discover a sp?ace to experience and cultivate the freeing and uplifting voice within ourselves. Creativity is how we live, what we live and why we live. Creativity is life. www.acurrie.com