"Carpe Diem has been the battle cry since 30 BC.  Give or take.  The Roman poet Horace used the term to express the idea that one should enjoy life while one can.  Imagine such insight without any of the modern advances of toilets, TV’s, anything apple, cars, bars and the internet.   So, in lieu of seize the day, and taking into account our current day plague or should we say the exhaustingly overused “new normal” we thought why not apply the historic call to action to art.  Seize it.   Enjoy it.   Wake up to it.   Thomas Merton, the revered monk and poet, said, ”Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time."  With that sentiment in mind, we chose to make all the art in this exhibit abstract because abstraction is freedom.  No judgement.  No expectations.  You see what you see.  You like what you like.  You, as the observer with your memories, perception, tastes and intellect, create the narrative.   Carpe Artem.”   Andrea McCafferty & Kat O’Neill (Co-Owners & Directors)

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