Cam DeCaussin (BFA, Illustration) presents Shades of Evening, a solo exhibition focusing on moments within neighborhood homes during the dawn and dusk hours of the day.
“I am drawn to the physiological response to flirt with voyeurism, each painting acts as a living television screen, a reminder that we truly are not the center of our own universe; that we are but background actors in an infinite amount of story lines, and we exist in that story often for brief seconds”
Cam’s work has been featured in various group and solo exhibitions, including: AZ Biennial Tucson Museum of Art, New City Studios, Fine Art Complex 1101, Chandler Center for the Arts Gallery, Manifest Gallery, Harry Wood Gallery, Mesa Contemporary Art Museum, The Lodge Art Studio, Step Gallery, Shemer Art Center, 13 Contemporary Art Space and Renmin University. His paintings were also published in “New American Painting West Competition,” “Inverse Conversations 2015,” “Creative Quarterly 20,” and “Phoenix New Times.”.
The exhibition can be viewed at the Royse Contemporary Gallery until December 2. The show will open to the public from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8. An artist reception will be held on Thursday, Nov. 15. from 7-10 p.m., at the same tie as the Golden Palette “Contemporary Focus” ArtWalk. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the artist and curator, along with light refreshments, and live music presented by violinist Telian Dodge.