Wewer Keohane

"My main quest as an artist is the revelation of consciousness through creativity. I want to tap that resource. I am not, in the meantime, out to please others with my art. I am on a quest to find my authentic self. I aim to make the invisible visible."

Breakfast in Japan 13 - Mixed media 14 x in.

Wewer Keohane, Ph.D.is an international, museum-collected, exhibiting artist/author. A body of music, inspired by Wewer's Tea Ceremony, was composed and performed by ArsNova in 2016. She is an Inaugural Fellow of the Aspen Art Museum, and the founder of Art Saves Lives scholarship program at Carbondale Arts, Colorado. During the 2020 pandemic, she created and curated THE FLASH CARD PROJECT for Carbondale Arts, which included over 50 artists, allowing them the healing power of Art.

Tea Ceremony, Blue Dot Kimono - Mixed 48 x 34 x 3 in.
Ascension - Mixed media 36 x 30 in.
Tea Ceremony - Mixed media 48 x 36 x 3 in.
Breakfast in Japan #12 - Mixed media 18 x 20 in.

This review was published by Circle Foundation for the Arts © CFA Press ∙ Images are courtesy of the artist


 

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