Title: The ATTIE Project Workshop
Date & Time: At ARToberFest! Saturday, October 7, 2023 12 – 4PM
The ATTIE Project workshop is set to ignite the creative spirit of Ossining’s community during ARToberfest. Guided by ATTIE’s transformative principles, artist Perry Easton, invites festival-goers to embark on a journey of self-expression by painting abstract clocks. This interactive workshop transcends traditional art forms, encouraging participants to infuse their creations with imagination and individuality.
As the town of Ossining comes alive with art and culture, The ATTIE Project provides a platform for residents and visitors alike to engage in a dialogue about the transformative power of creativity. This interactive workshop serves as a catalyst for conversations about art’s role in our lives, inspiring individuals to unlock their artistic potential and explore new dimensions of self-expression.
Join us at ARToberfest in Ossining and be a part of The ATTIE Project’s mission to celebrate creativity, bridge communities, and leave an indelible mark on the canvas of imagination. Discover the magic that happens when art meets innovation, and let your artistic spirit soar.
Through his artwork, Perry Easton is spreading a positive message of hope and empowerment. His art is a reflection of his personal philosophy that life is precious and every moment counts. By creating works that speak to the universal themes of time, tradition, and mental health, Perry is making a powerful statement about the importance of taking care of ourselves and each other. His art is a reminder to slow down, take a deep breath, and appreciate the beauty that surrounds us all.
What sets Perry apart from other artists is his use of time as a medium in his artwork. Through his “Timeless Theory” and “Alignment Theory,” Perry creates abstract faces that are bursting with color and emotion. Each of his pieces is a message of mental wealth, encouraging viewers to take time and make time for the things that truly matter in life. His art is a celebration of the human spirit and an invitation to slow down and savor life’s precious moments.
This event is a Fall Multidisciplinary Residency Community Program. As part of a residency at BAC, we ask each artist to build and facilitate a Community Program. Community Programs are a unique opportunity for both artists-in-residence and our local community to gather, engage, and be in conversation with one another through art. Community Programs are free engagements open to the public and/or in collaboration with a local community partner.