The energy of the mark and material connecting to the surface is the crux of the matter. The forms, bodies, narratives and events that coalesce and congeal from that energy is secondary.
An image can exist with multiple interpretations/readings,multifaceted-in a quantum like state of existing as mark/image/form/recognizability/”this-looks-like-thatness” coalescing into a feeling.
A fusion of figure and landscape-quantum like in a non-fixed position- overlapping, intersection of bodies, landscape, atmosphere into porous, permeable, interrelational streams across a multi scaled system.
Ron Bennett is a Louisiana based artist in the New Orleans area who is currently a founding member of the Second Story Gallery in New Orleans. He received a BFA from Louisiana Tech university and an MFA from East Carolina University and continues to teach in the New Orleans area. He has exhibited in various National and regional Juried and invitational shows and is represented in various private and institutional collections. Exhibition venues include the New Orleans Museum of Art, Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans, Barristers Gallery, Jonathan Ferrera Gallery, The Front gallery (NOLA),Wellington B Gray Gallery, University of North Carolina, Louisiana State University, Austin Peay University ,University of Mobile, Englewood Colorado Center for the Arts, University of Pesque Isle Maine, Rocky Mount Center for the Arts, St. Tammany Arts Association and the Baton Rouge Gallery, He has also received a Louisiana Fellowship from the State of Louisiana and various artists grants.