The work of Theresa Gray could be summarized in one word, presence. With a perspective based in stillness, the paintings of Gray are intricate, delicate, and infinite. The Harwood Museum of Art is excited to feature Gray’s works for the October 2018 edition of Studio 238, opening October 5th, 2018.
Gray states, “Each piece represents a breakthrough, something new for me…” Working in oils, acrylics and watercolor, Gray’s work varies in scale, from a grand landscape made miniature, to a fluid motion of an owl’s wing. She states, “My life on The Mesa is in rhythm and full of ritual: grinding wheat, kneading dough, moving rocks, gathering wood, lighting the fire. No wasted motion — all part of my truth and devotion. Being present in this place is my work.”