‘Confluence’ - paintings by Duy Huynh with featured potter Julie Covington. Huynh’s work celebrates the wandering/wondering mind and the continuous search for new paths of perception. Merging the language of symbols, metaphors, and puns, the goal is to create visual narratives that resonate on multiple levels otherwise difficult to verbally articulate. He is fascinated by the unpredictable flow of these thought patterns, within himself as well as others telling their stories in different mediums such as music, literature, athletics, and the culinary arts. The goal isn't focused on answering any of life's questions, but to rejoice in the quest itself. Covington's connection to the earth is evident in her wheel-thrown and altered stoneware pots that feel “equally at home on a cozy dinner table or on the floor of an old pick-up." With a focus on functional work, she utilizes a wax resist technique to decorate her pots with universal, patterns such as vines and circle motifs that stand the test of time.
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