The Show is On

I like the formality of a show.

The design of the show.

The mating of the groups and pairs.

To question “is this art”? To know that this is art.

Black on Black 2 calls to mind waterlilies in the dark.

I once or twice restrained myself from licking a brushstroke on Monet’s waterlilies. In fact, I had to walk away.

Conception

It’s meditative to be on the walls, with Dreaming of Change.

The Question of Selkie’s Longing

Her Cape Awaiting

Which Way To Be

Currently showing at Subway Gallery

43 Brewery Avenue, Bisbee Arizona

January 8th through February 6th, 2022

The Question of Selkie’s Longing

There once was a seal

Who was caught sunbathing

Without her Cape of Seal Skin

She became captive to a foreign reality

Of children and earthen pleasures

A child offspring

Found the hidden once discarded

Cloak

Offering it up to the mother of desires

Who leaped with recognition

Into who she once was

Yet encountering longing

For sea and turf

It is the Longing

That defines the days

The Question of Selkie’s Longing

oil on canvas 60″ x 48″

(c) Cheyenne MacMasters 2022

The Initiate’s Journey now Showing

Six years of images I’ve painted representing The Initiate’s Journey are now on display at Subway Gallery in Bisbee, Arizona.

The Initiate’s Journey represents those moments when our perception changes. Moments of vulnerability, moments of giving our all in complete openess.

Please take a look at the pictures from the show I’ve posted on Bisbee’s Subway Gallery page:

http://bisbeesubwaygallery.com/2020/01/12/the-initiates-journey-paintings-by-cheyenne-macmasters-and-happiness-in-the-accident-ceramics-by-dana-dorner/

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