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Artist Reception: Alicia Thom Young


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Alicia Thom Young exhibit “An Invitation” on display at Thrasher November 1 – December 31 2021

Artist reception 4:30-6:30 on Saturday, December 11, 2021.

 Artist Biography:

These artworks serve as an invitation to the viewer. Alicia Thom Young’s compositions are created while synthesizing observed and personal growth through transcendent experiences. She invites viewers to explore connections in her paintings and mixed media artworks. Being a native of Ripon, Wisconsin, one can easily see her personal relationship with nature through her colors, patterns and textures.Alicia Thom Young has earned a Bachelor’s degree in Studio Art, a Master’s in Education and has taught Studio Art since 2004. She has had artworks in exhibitions in Wisconsin, Arizona, Texas as well as in the Czech Republic. In addition, her influences are as diverse as Carl Jung, Emily Carr, Hilma af Klimt and Tori Amos.

“My work explores the relationship between Spirit, the natural world, and cyclical growth. From a young age, I have intuitively observed and felt others…this created a space for seeking a new understanding.” The artworks in this series, “An Invitation”, explore concepts of healing, balance and growth. During this process, that which often seemed complex became quite simple: patterns emerged and a new synthesis became clear. Alicia Thom Young’s newest works offer insights crafted from both opaque and transparent discourse. As temporal phenomena become transformed through spiritual and academic practice, the viewer is asked to find connections, patterns and insight into and with the natural world.