08jan1:00 pm3:00 pmReception: BRIANNA TIMOURIAN: ECLECTIC SYNERGY
Exhibit: January 5 – February 15, 2023 Reception: Sunday, January 8, 1-3 p.m. Location: Cafe Gallery Brianna Timourian studied Studio Art and Kinesiology
Exhibit: January 5 – February 15, 2023
Reception: Sunday, January 8, 1-3 p.m.
Location: Cafe Gallery
Brianna Timourian studied Studio Art and Kinesiology at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. She then decided to pursue Art and become an art teacher. She taught four years at Hopewell in Round Rock ISD, and now teaches at Benold Middle School in Georgetown ISD. She enjoys spreading her love of art with others and helping students find their own creative voice to express themselves. She also find value in volunteering and love dogs, so she volunteers at the Williamson County Animal Shelter whenever she can. She has always had a passion for storytelling and from a young age made short films and kept a spiral of poems in order to express her imagination. Today, she believes it can be done in a painting through portraits and abstract expressionist art, which is her main focus. She loves
color inspired by bright Pop art. Her first love though was ceramics. There is something about getting to really immerse yourself physically in the medium that she was drawn to at a young age. She was a multi-sport athlete growing up and ceramics, being very hands on, filled her tactile artistic “cup.” She has included a few ceramic pieces in the exhibit as well.
About Eclectic Synergy
Eclectic Synergy itself sounds like something difficult to accomplish. How do so many different and unique pieces come together to work in a way that makes sense? This is Brianna’s process. She has so many different interests as a person but believes something that unifies all of them is that they all evoke a strong feeling of self and individuality. We are human and
something we share are feelings, emotions and, hopefully, some empathy. She believes the individual expressions, abstraction and color choice help to give the viewer a deeper feeling of what these people, shapes and colors are feeling, and the viewer is at liberty to create their own story behind the piece – as she likes to do while she is creating the artwork. Although she
don’t have one particular medium or “style,” she thinks that is a good thing. The world needs more variety and she hopes her work brings you some of that in this exhibition..
(Sunday) 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Georgetown Public Library
402 W 8th St, Georgetown, TX 78626
Georgetown Public Library