The time is nearing for the SEAD Gallery’s next opening reception on March 21st. We are beyond honored to be showcasing works from three artists, one of them being Cameron Sands.
Cameron began his artistic journey after working at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston one summer. He attended the University of Texas, and after graduating he had his first solo exhibition. He began taking art classes at a community college, that later lead him to study art at the University of Houston. He thoroughly enjoyed his formal education in art studio classes.
His artwork has led to him collaborating with dance and theatre productions such as Dominic Walsh Dance Theater’s emerging production and Lawndale Center’s Big Show. His work is displayed in multiple private and public collections throughout Texas and the United States. Cameron currently resides in the Bryan/College Station area and looks forward to his future projects that will challenge him and help him grow as an artist.
Cameron’s works are his personal reflection on transformation. He uses a number of basic design principles and alters them to his liking. Cameron explains, “my process includes literal modifications, as well as symbolic representation.” He tends to gravitate towards “imperfections and contradictions.” He finds inspiration from a variety of different things like music, dance, and cinema to architecture and nature.
We look forward to displaying Cameron Sands work, along with other artists, John Krajicek and Dawn Winters. This exhibit will be on display from March 21st to April 17th. We invite you to come to our opening reception on March 21st at 6:30 pm to see these eye-catching pieces.