CAMERON ANNE MASON | CONVERGENT PATHS
Cameron Anne Mason | Convergent Paths
June 2 - 25, 2022
Opening First Thursday June 2, 2022 | 6 - 8 pm
Artist in Attendance
Convergent Paths is Mason's second body of work created during the pandemic; she continues to find refuge in her home and neighborhood, deepening her exploration of the convergence of natural and man-made. Not shying away from the domestic, Mason embraces it. Her work is inspired by her home environs, including plants found close at hand, and her daily view of the Puget Sound. While her suburban setting can be one that insulates from the harsher realities of climate change, Mason challenges us to look beyond our immediate neighborhoods. Only by thinking globally will we truly impact the safety of our own backyards.
Cameron Anne Mason, Buckhorn (two views), textile including: cotton, linen, rayon velvet, silk velvet, cotton thread and polyester thread, 29 x 11.75 x 4.75 inches
Cameron Anne Mason holds a degree in Visual Communication from the Art Institute of Seattle, and studied Liberal Arts at the University of Washington. Her work has been shown across the country and at galleries around the Northwest, as well as Whatcom Museum, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, and Bellevue Art Museum. Her work was also included in a group exhibition at Miniartextile in Como Italy, and the Rio Patchwork Design Show in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.