PERCEPTION & IDENTITY
VOLUME II, ISSUE #2
These three visual artists, all born and raised in the South, tackle expressions of identity in their work. But does being an artist in the South necessarily mean one makes Southern Art? We get their viewpoints and more.
Painter John Harlan Norris creates a new type of occupational portrait where the subject is solely expressed through the symbols of his role. His work explores the powerful attraction of archetypes in a world where our personal identities are scattered, unbalanced, and unstable.