I love to tinker with materials in meticulous and unexpected ways—no material or process is off-limits. While tinkering, I am processing my feelings, thoughts, memories, hopes, life experiences; and my art is the language that I use to communicate with others. I think that I communicate more articulately in my artistic language than in my spoken language. Sometimes, while walking outside or driving, an idea strikes me like lightening, but I find that if I try to write that idea down, I cannot find the words. It seems that I can only express that idea in my artistic language.
Currently, I am exploring acrylic paint peels and arranging them on paper or wood in a minimalistic, organic, and bold way. I focus on form and structure first—I intentionally place eachacrylic peel so that it connects to and supports the peels surrounding it, which is directly related to my life experience of moving and searching for those connections and support.I love the lack of control when pouring juxtaposed with the meticulous placing of the organic shaped peels. Chaos and order are inherent in this process. It reflects life, where you take what life throws at you and try to make sense of it.
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Bussie Parker Kehoe studied printmaking and drawing at the University of Virginia, then put her art practice on pause while she practiced law, started a family, and taught art to preschool-aged children in Washington DC. After a couple of family moves, the need to create could not be contained any longer and Bussie opened her first studio in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Permanent exhibit at Hotel Indigo, Winston-Salem NC April 2019 – present
Art collection available at Sfeer & Co, Winston Salem NC
Art at Camino, Camino Bakery, Winston-Salem, NC July 29, 2018 – November 4, 2018.
Maximalism/Minimalism, Beth Murray and Bussie Parker Kehoe at Red Dog gallery, Winston Salem, NC, April 1, 2021 - May 29, 2021.
Selected Group Shows:
Teeny Tiny Trifecta 3 at Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA September 5 – September 25, 2020, Group Juried Show
Bond/Bound: Online Exhibition at Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA April 15 – May 15, 2020. Group Juried Show
The Kitchen Sink Juried Exhibit at Delurk Gallery, Winston Salem, NC March 6 – April 30, 2020. Group Juried Show
20/20 Vision, Associated Artists of Winston Salem Exhibit at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts, Winston-Salem, NC January 28, 2020-May 1, 2020. Group Show
"The Little Things" Juried Exhibit at Delurk Gallery, Winston Salem, NC November 1 – December 1, 2019. Group Juried Show
Associated Artists' "More Than Meets the Eye" Exhibit at Salem College Fine Arts Center, Winston-Salem, NC October 18, 2019-January 18, 2020, Group Show
Associated Artists' "Jurors Choice" Exhibit at the Every Corner Gallery at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts, Winston-Salem, NC October 15, 2019-January 24, 2020, Juried Group Show
Buysomedamnart.com juried online exhibit April 24, 2019 – October 2019
Unbound and Unleashed Exhibit, Art for Art’s Sake Juried Exhibit at Red Dog Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC August 2, 2019 – September 28, 2019. Group Juried Show
Teeny Tiny Trifecta 2 at Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA September 6 – September 27, 2019, Group Juried Show
Eidolons Juried Exhibit at Delurk Gallery, Winston Salem, NC February 1 – February 28, 2019. Group Juried Show
Winston-Salem All-Call Juried Group Show at Womble Carlyle Gallery in Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts October 5-October 29, 2018
DADA Members FALL Selected Show for SEPTEMBER, DADA Office/DADA Members Gallery at The Benton, Winston-Salem, NC September 2018. Group Juried Show
The Kitchen Sink Juried Exhibit at Delurk Gallery, Winston Salem, NC July 2018 and July 2019. Group Juried Show