Free whimsical Solo art exhibit at the Bond Community Center March-April ( Cinc Hayes)

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    When:
    Apr 26, 2016 – Apr 30, 2016 all-day
    2016-04-26T00:00:00-04:00
    2016-05-01T00:00:00-04:00
    Where:
    Bond Community center
    Metro Park Dr
    Cary, NC 27513
    USA
    Cost:
    Free
    Contact:
    Bond community center
    843-475-3132

    The whimsical and celebratory works of award-winning artist Cinc Hayes will be brightening up Bond Park Community Center in Cary, NC, March 1 through the end of April. Characterized by vibrant colors, fanciful subjects and intricate mazes of abstractions, the mixed media exhibit Whimsical Travels transports viewers to far-away lands.
    Sketch pad in hand, Hayes traveled the world: from the stark landscapes of Northern Norway to the lush and verdant rainforests of Central America and the towering gleaming cities in between. The body of work on display was inspired by his journey and conveys a narrative infused with the folkloric elements of an epic odyssey: an ancient ship alone at sea, fantastical creatures concealed within a visual labyrinth of texture, color and pattern. At home in the Carolinas, he finds inspiration from the natural beauty of local woods, lakes and rivers. Kayaking to remote islands with his easel, paints, and Winston Churchill (his dog), the solitude unfolds a vitality in the landscape uninterrupted by everyday distractions.
    In addition to a formal background in studio art, the artist has a degree in philosophy that lends a multilayered complexity to his work. And in looking closely, one can imagine the winding swirls of the artist’s subconscious guiding his hand. It is easy to get lost in the intricate motifs and the energetic movement of brushstrokes as one’s eyes travel along the richly textured surfaces studded with unusual objects and materials.
    Hayes’ work has been featured in many galleries and through a juried selection process were displayed at the opening of the world famous Spoleto festival in Charleston, Sc.
    Be sure to stop by Bond Park Community Center at 150 Metro Park Drive, Cary for this fun and free exhibit. For directions and hours, visit Bond Park Community Center online.
    Cinchayes.com

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