LIFE LESSONS:

MULTI-MEDIA ARTWORKS BY CHANDRA HALL

OPENING: Friday, October 12th, 6:00-9:00pm  

(Second Fridays Off-Brady)

at Liggett Studio, 314 S Kenosha, Tulsa, Ok.

The exhibit is on display through November 3rd.

 

Gallery hours for this exhibit:  

Thursdays 5-9pm

Friday Oct 19th, 3:00 - 6:00

Friday Oct 26th, 4:00 - 7:00

or By Appointment, call 918-694-5719

 

Through the use of dolls, mannequins, and doll parts Chandra Hall, describes her take on the human condition today.  Some of the interactive works in this exhibit are in collaboration with Andrew Harmon, who has helped her with the electronics.

Artist Statement: This Earthly life is a mystery! ...... and in most aspects it will always be that way, however sometimes we catch a glimpse of the mechanics behind the curtain and when we start witnessing and understanding these mechanics and the consistency of their movements, we find the enlightenment that can help us navigate this earthy life with a little more predictability and ease.  

 

Chandra Hall is on a constant mission to seek out a better understanding of how these mechanics operate so she can best apply them to this Earthly life.  Her ultimate goal is to navigate this life in the most informed and satisfying way possible.

 

These pieces represent some milestones in Chandra's understanding of this Earthly life's mechanics and the pieces also embody some of the mantras (I/she) uses in her daily life.

 

We are all fragments of an indescribable divine power, we are all one; connected.

 

Maybe we are just probes of God, all having our own individual experiences so God can learn through us.

Chandra Hall has a formal background in photography and studied at Tusa
Technical College before working as a professional photographer for 10 years where she worked with Photoshop and became a Lab Printer. Her one-woman exhibit at The Collective in 2009 called “Zenith” began her interest in mixed media. Much of her work’s references come from early MTV music videos from the 80s (like Herbvie Hancock and Tom Petty) due to their bizarre images. She now is an real estate broker for Keller Williams Realty./