Today we’ve a look at the works of Ruth Chase, primarily a project based artist whose award winning series, West of Lincoln Project, probed into the lives of individuals who grew up in Venice, CA, sharing stories of adversity transformed into valuable life wisdom. She is a California-based painter that uses biographical portraiture to communicate stories of compassion, and valuable insight that promotes positive social change. Her work includes the use of social media in her creative process to stimulate conversation around human value, as well as engaging the public to actively participate in the final outcome of her work.
Ruth: “My work is about the environment and human spirit, I am drawn to subjects that are self-aware and who hold a strong belief system. Nothing gives me grater joy than to work in collaboration with people from all points of view.”
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