Local artist Kiki Curry uses art to improve others lives
Kiki Curry, a local Dallas artist, is looking forward for her art speaking for itself at alley’s house 8th Annual Art Auction, Incrementum II on February 4.
“I realize that, with proper help from others,” she said, “it is possible to change and improve your life.”
Last year at Incrementum, Kiki said she spoke to one of the alley’s house teen moms and was moved by her story. She said she realized just how much of an impact alley’s house has made in the mom’s life
“She brought tears to my eyes about how alley’s house helped her,” Kiki said. “I want to be a part of contributing in a way that will make a difference in the way I know how. My art. [Donation to the art auction] is a vehicle for using my art as doing a good deed and I hope to make others happy in owning it as it makes me happy to create it.”
The artist said she brings the invisible world of imagination into visual expression of a universal truth, beauty with her art.
“My goal is to create the visions of my true nature, sharing my spiritual journey on canvas of inner visions,” she said. “With art, I desire to provoke a feeling as well as a mere object of vision. I intend to connect to the observer that feeling which lifts me and brings me joy. Enjoy the viewing and experience my bliss of creativity.”
Kiki hopes that her art will move the appropriate buyer to raise money for alley’s house.
Go to alley’s house Facebook page to RSVP to alley’s house 8th Annual Art Auction, Incrementum II at Rising Gallery on February 4!
Purchase your tickets ahead of time online here.