Today we look at another one of the Jason Carter club, Jason E Carter, an artist hailing from Berkley, Michigan. Mr. Carter’s work has been, as described by the Paul Kotula Project, as “series of interior landscape paintings that explore the effects of digital culture through its defining light.” Wowzer, I’m not even really sure what that means, so lets dig deeper.
Jason E Carter recieved his Bachelors of Fine Art from College for Creative Studies in Detroit in 1999. His CV listed on his website shows that he started showing his work dilligently right out of Art School, took a little break in the early 2000’s and picked up the exhibitions every since then. Not content with just a Bachelors degree, Jason went on to get his Masters of Fine Art from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. In 2013, Jason was awarded a Fellowship at Kresge Arts in Detroit, so it would appear he’s pretty good at this art thing.
While there isn’t much about Jason’s personal life, we can safely assume it revolves around art. If you’re quick you can take part in Jason’s first Solo Exhibit entitled #theDigitalDomestic which is hosted by The Paul Kotula Project’s studio in Ferndale Michigan. If you hurry you should be able catch the last 2 days as it ends on January 11th, 2014.
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