Gisela-Heidi Strunck’s work is influenced heavily from the time she lived, studied and worked in India. Her designs are filled with symbols, a melding of the abstract with realism. There are number and repetitious patterns hinting at universal spiritual realities throughout her work. To really appreciate her sculpture is to delight in paying close attention to the details in element placement, materials, and colors all of which come together in as a mantra celebrating life, and life yet to come.
J. Larry Nance’s assemblages are grounded in the mysticism of trees as living, natural spiritual entities and the concept of a Judeo/Christian spirit of God expressed as object containing eternal light remembered in the old Ark of the Covenant recounting, as well as furniture of The Church. These religious symbols, as art crafted by Nance, are shadows of the originals that resided in long lost temples of faith throughout the Southwest, as well as those found today in contemporary New Mexico edifices.
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