Second Sunday Spotlight -Jeff Key

  • 14 Mar 2021
  • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • via Zoom


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Second Sunday Spotlight: Jeff Key via Zoom

My work focuses on Theories of Evolution with allegorical and metaphorical references to the past, present and future. In examining questions of evolution I have taken into consideration aspects of birth and death, rites of passage, war and power, transportation, shelter, communication, and food/water sources with reference to the influence of natural elements such as fire, water and the Earth’s incongruities on these systems.

My recent work, although abstract in nature makes allusion to the vessel, a cross-cultural, and at times totemic form, which represents human presence and the cycle of life. The pieces are primarily constructed with wood and flax, a natural plant fiber. For health and political reasons I stopped using toxic materials when I began the “Vessel Series.”

Vessel #91—Scherzo”,    Wood & Flax,  42” x 33” x 27”

Vessel #86”—Détente”,   Wood,     30” x 22” x 16”

“Vessel #82”—On/Off”,    Wood & Flax,   40” x 17” x 6”

“Vessel #56—Release”,   Wood & Flax,   76” x 17” x 12”

“Vessel #90”—Pending” Wood,    50” x 24” x 12”

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