Duke Clinics Exhibit: Alien Mitosis - Mixed Media works by Ali Saren
Arts & Health at Duke presents:
Alien Mitosis - Mixed Media works by Ali Saren
May 16 - June 26, 2019
Morrison Exhibit Space,
Near Clinic 1D,
Duke Clinics Building
Ali Saren is an abstract mixed media artist out of Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Ali enjoys an approach to mixed-media abstract art that allows her to take chances and continue her exploration and integration of various styles, methods, and mediums. Her inspiration comes from nature, architecture, metal, history, color, and every day chaos.
"As cliché as it is, art really does imitate life. In life and in art you have to be 'ok' with two main concepts; Risk and Temporary Beauty.
In my practice I have learned to appreciate a moment of beauty, a moment of perfection, with a small realization that this may not last, it may change, grow, morph into something even more beautiful or something, well, quite less beautiful. Take risks. Experiment and be ok with an outcome. Be ok with failure. Be ok with mistakes. Be ok with success. Move on. Move up. Just move. Just grow. Just learn. Just live."
Ali's work can also be viewed and purchased at
"This and That" Gallery in Carrboro.
You can find more of her work online at www.chameleonjones.com and find more for sale at her etsy shop: www.etsy.com/shop/chameleonjonesart
Ali is represented by Laguna Art Gallery in Laguna Beach California at www.lagunaart.com