Join us for a tour of Lanecia Rouse Tinsley’s Project Row House installation, now on display in Houston. Lanecia will walk us through the new work/space and talk about the desire to make the invisible landscapes within and the human condition known, using texture, form, and color. Fascinated by history and story, Lanecia, through her work, explores the “negative spaces” in life–those times of ambiguity and uncertainty, silence and mystery, through subtle textures, color, markings, and layers that create a history within each piece.
LANECIA ROUSE TINSLEY is a multidisciplinary artist based in Houston, TX, who specializes in abstraction. Her portfolio also includes a range of work in photography, painting, teaching, writing, and speaking. Lanecia has an a MDiv from Duke University Divinity School and a BA in sociology from Wofford College. In addition to her work through LAR Art Studio, Lanecia is artist-in-residence with Holy Family HTX, co-spiritual director with projectCURATE, and is co-founder and co-creative director of ImagiNoir Group, an international alliance and think tank of black activists, artists, writers, scholars, and educators. Learn more: http://www.larartphotography.com
+ Learn more about Lanecia’s 2020 Glen Workshop Online class, “Intro to Abstract Expressionism”: https://imagejournal.org/glenworkshop-2020-lanecia-tinsley/
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