11am-4pm Monday-Saturday, cafe gallery
The exhibition is a collection of experimental landscapes, music posters and portraits using a combination of digital and hand drawn media.
Josey uses the influence of psychedelic blues and jazz Artists such as The Incredible String Band and Moondog to inspire the series of symbolic music posters.
Below The Summit is a transcendental and unearthly scene of the red and barren landscape of Spain’s largest Volcano the El Teide, close to what you may image a Martian scene to look like.
The portraits titled Pareidolia are an on-going series that illustrate the intent and pursued state of self when listening to that distant hum of inaudible static in an otherwise silent room. This can result in a psychological phenomenon hearing what you mistake for voices.
Josey intends to explore Pareidolia further using patterns or shapes that can be vaguely misconstrued for something else.
This exhibition is presented as part of Somewhereto_ with the support of Creative Arts East.