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  • Jeffrey Lee Graham

    Digital Collage

    Publisher’s Note:

    Prior to viewing his work, I encourage you to visit (and possibly re-visit) the post made on “aaduna notes” regarding Mr. Graham’s exhibition.  Go to http://aadunanotes.blogspot.com/2014/08/introducing-jeffrey-lee-grahamaaduna.html

     

    As a society, we value those visual artists who can frame our pain, anxieties, joys and triumphs in such a way that we can embrace those truths about ourselves.  Often, images can shock and confuse or bring abandonment and joy.  Captivating art makes us think and ponder and reflect and feel.  Jeffrey Lee Graham’s work propels us to face the monster that lurks in the shadows and creeps into our spirit leaving devastating consequences.  aaduna hopes his work makes you think and prompts you to engage others in conversation to identify strategies to assist, support and help heal our fellow human beings who feel trapped and abandoned.  It does take a village….

     

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    About The Author

    Kuta is a district in southern Bali, and an international tourist destination because of its sandy beach, world renowned spectacular sunsets, and exciting and varied nightlife. It is also a place where culture, natural resources, wildlife, and respect for human dignity are valued and central to its development. It is a place of beauty, serenity, energy, and imagination. The Kuta Gallery exists for the exhibition of moving images that explore the textures and complexities of art, the duality of maintaining and expanding boundaries, the sharing of creative energy and imagination, and respect for humankind.