Tony Slick

As I travel, I am intrigued by the surfaces that surround us.  It could be a ceiling, a floor, most often it is a wall.  My intent is to interpret these surfaces in a way that will evoke a response in the viewer.  There might be words, remnants of notices, or playbills.  There might be layers that are beings exposed because or age or climate.  There surfaces are a history lesson, a warning of what might be coming, or what has been.  A surface can be elegant or tawdry, a happy or sad, substantial or crumbling.  The response to the art will vary from viewer to viewer.