It's been said that Steven M. Walker’s artwork contains rich, striking colors and imagery that prompts thoughtful conversations and meditations while transporting the viewer into landscapes and scenes of metaphysical awareness. Through Walker's creative process that combines freedom and insight; he succeeds in giving the viewer a profound and inspiring body of work.
Walker grew up northeast of San Antonio, Texas and developed my love for art as a result of visiting art galleries and museums. He attended Texas State University in San Marcos,Tx and completed my BFA in studio arts at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee, where he still lives and work.
Over the past several years, Walker has won a number of juried awards, and has had numerous newspaper articles written about by his work, which is collected privately and commercially.
"Recently, I've been influenced by the increasingly prevalent theories
and practices of material reclamation, resource conservation, and
recycling in contemporary art. And as an objective to revealing the
latent potential of these industrial castoffs, I seek innovative solutions
through various applications and genres."
Tree of Life Center
30 Crossland Ave.
Saturday, August 27, 2016
12 Noon to 5:00 PM
Sunday, August 28, 2016
12 Noon to 4:00 PM
"Margins" a 3D & Installation Art Exhibition
Three-dimensional artwork, also known as 3D art, which is all about form,
space, volume and mass. Form can be geometric or organic. Volume is the amount
of space occupied by the form. Space is the location the art is placed into, and
Mass refers to the volume or solid aspects of the piece.
Installation art is an artistic genre of three-dimensional works that are often
site-specific. Site-specific art is artwork created to exist in a certain place.
Typically, the artist takes the location into account while planning and creating
the artwork, which is designed to transform the perception of the space.
The Market Gallery at the Tree of Life Center
Photographer David E. Smith
August 1 thru 31, 2016