Pattern and Flow

Pattern and Flow

Lisa Davis

December 2 - 28, 2016

Reception: Friday, December 2, 2016; 6 - 9pm

In this exhibit I examine the interplay between pattern and flow, how they relate to chaos and order, and how mindfulness is manifested through both.

We can use patterns as a way to add order to our lives and bring us peace, and we can engage in destructive patterns that cause pain to ourselves and others.

We can go with the flow of life in peace, and we can allow chaos to overtake beautiful order. These are lines we walk as we navigate our ways through life. We each place these lines in different places, if we examine them at all.

I am an artist, writer, teacher, Coach and Certified Zentangle Teacher who also loves photography. I graduated from Texas A & M in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. I did graduate work through Texas Women’s at Dallas I.S.D., obtained my teaching certificate and taught middle school for ten years before opening a small art gallery in Keller, which I ran for three years. I live in Azle with my husband and three dogs. I have a son who composes music and works in Boston and a bonus-daughter and son-in-law who teach kids in Dallas.

I teach Zentangle and art classes at locations around the north Texas area and at my home studio in Azle.