The Darren Woluschuk exhibition Living Water runs January 6 – February 21, 2023
An exhibit of four drawings using Charcoal, Conté, Pastel, and Ink.
Darren Woluschuk: Artist Statement
Some German scientists have been studying that water has memory.
Being fascinated with this idea, I decided to toy with a quote that Jesus said, “He is the living water.”
I wanted to draw out images from my imagination upon reading scripture and have them form into one another in a fluid manner.
When all four images are joined in a certain manner, the face of Christ is revealed as a whole. Can you see it? (see below).
Darren Woluschuk: Artist Biography
Darren Woluschuk has been creating works of art for 30 years.
He started painting with oils at the age of 18 when his grandmother sent him all her supplies and notes as a Christmas gift.
Woluschuk’s paintings are still life, abstract, and surreal. Most of his works these days are mixed media.
Born in Edmonton, Alberta, he resides and works out of his studio there.
He follows a simple creed: “It must move my Spirit!”
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