Color Breathing: The Work of Lyric Morris-Latchaw and Casey Dressell
- 26 January 2023
- Posted By Ellen Muse-Lindeman
Color Breathing: The Work of Lyric Morris-Latchaw and Casey Dressell features an experiential, immersive environment that engages the senses through painted imagery, natural materials, and thoughtful color. “Color Breathing” is a meditation on the present moment and the sense of well-being that comes from experiencing our mind free from distraction.
Opening Reception is Saturday, June 10 from 6-8pm.
Gallery Talk is Saturday, June 24 at 1pm.
All events are free, open to the public, light refreshments served.
***Join us on Wednesday, June 21 from 6:30-8pm at Kennedy Heights Park as Lyric and Casey lead participants in a nature-based community art project during Play in the Park!
Image credit: Installation view of combined artwork
Lyric Morris-Latchaw is an oil painter and muralist living and working in Cincinnati, Ohio. She moved to Ohio in 2015 after studying art at Northwestern College in Iowa, where she grew up. Her work has been exhibited across the midwest, and has upcoming solo and two-person exhibitions at Wave Pool Art Center (Cincinnati), ROY G BIV Gallery (Columbus), and Kennedy Heights Art Center (Cincinnati).
Casey Dressell is a practicing painter and installation artist living and working in Cincinnati Ohio and Louisville Kentucky. Her interests lie in the intersections of art, nature, craft and the built environment. She teaches at Miami University and is the curator/exhibition coordinator at The Indian Hill Gallery in Cincinnati and owner/operator of Capacity Contemporary Exchange in Louisville, KY. Casey received a BFA at The University of Cincinnati and a MFA at Miami University and has exhibited her work nationwide in exhibitions, including outdoor installations at Bernheim Arboretum and ArtPrize, and has her work in private, institutional, and public art collections. In addition to her studio practice, Casey is passionate about learning, education, and helping her community through her community initiative work.