Monday, March 4, 2013

Luke Kurtis' art on exhibit this Saturday

Raleigh art collector Geraldine Bryan is proud to present muse, an intimate solo exhibition of new work by artist Luke Kurtis.  Please join her in the Hoffmann Room on Saturday, March 9, from 2:00-4:00pm, for the exhibition opening and to hear the artist discuss his work in a casual setting.  The exhibition will remain on view on the Art Wall until April 20, 2013, and is viewable by appointment (call 919-787-6422 or 919-787-8494).  

muse is a series of never-before-exhibited digital collage prints that evolved out of the artist’s Jordan’s Journey project.  Through a detailed process combining both digital and analogue techniques, Kurtis probes the areas of spirituality, history, science, and fashion. 

For past works by Kurtis, see his portfolio.

Luke Kurtis (also known as Jordan M. Scoggins) is a Georgia-born interdisciplinary artist focusing on the intersection of photography, writing, and design.  He is the partner of Geraldine’'s nephew, Andrew Jones.  They live and work in New York’s Greenwich Village.  Geraldine Bryan, a long-time member of CUCC, is an avid and experienced art collector and Raleigh resident.  She was a docent at the North Carolina Museum of Art for 18 years and is pleased to present the Raleigh debut of Kurtis'’ work.