The December Issue of Synchronized Chaos: Internalization

Happy holidays and welcome to the December issue of Synchronized Chaos! This issue touches upon self-identification, exploration, and human nature, reminding us of how art can be a powerful channel into the internal state of mind. Alex Luke re-examines the connection between self and character through the exaggeration of human nature. Warmth, history, and inward […]

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Artistic Collages by Valerie Brown-Troutt

Artist Statement “Something wonderful happen to me during the summer of 1999: I claimed and discovered my artist. Me! I went to several second hand shops and bought old canvas and found thrown away framed pictures and took them apart, covered them with gesso and started a studio on my patio.” “Turning old ugly things […]

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Paintings by James Gayles

Artist’s Statement LIFE EXPRESSIONS OF LIVING “After a deep examination of this current exhibition’s title, I’ve concluded that there is a central theme that has ran and is still running throughout my life and my artwork. This theme is the search for cultural identity. Growing up as a child in the 50’s which by the […]

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Riding the Bus in Argentina – by Nick Friedland

The buses in rural Argentina reminded me of old school buses on their last legs: those old buses either converted for use by hippies or prepared for ‘twisted metal’ style destruction derby. My first days riding the bus, I noticed two very important things. The first was that the bus was never on time. Of […]

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Artwork by Ron Weil

ARTIST STATEMENT “I have always been drawn to the arts as both participant and critic. I love to play and improvise and it is in the artistic realm that permission to do so is most freely granted. For me, to create a picture is to solve a puzzle where the solution requires selecting and designing […]

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Personal Stories from Patsy Ledbetter

Our All-Seeing God Every Christmas I pray for one special Christmas miracle. The Lord burdens my heart about a certain need. I pray about it and have others pray.  Then, I look expectantly to the Lord for His will and His way in answering.  Long ago I told the Lord I wanted His will in […]

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Artwork of Gordon Pagnello

According to the Artist: “Enclosed are samples of my work from the past 3 years. I work realistically, in fact I work from life. Paintings and drawings of different genres were done from one point of view. Illusionary space became predictable. From cubism I got the idea of multiple points of view and the use […]

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Paintings by Jennifer Wildermuth

Says Wildermuth of her art: “In this world there are many places to see and many ways of seeing. I paint combinations of landscapes from around the world, which are not usually seen together. The separate landscapes are brought into a close relationship that unites them into a single expression that can’ t be seen […]

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Artwork by Alexander Voitsekhovsky

Alexander Voitsekhovskiy is currently having an exhibition in Boston at 20 Estabrook Rd. Lexington, MA, 02420.  It opened Friday, December 10th, 6pm- 9pm, and continues Saturday from 1pm- 7pm; Sunday, from 10pm- 7pm. The Artist was born in Moscow in 1964.  He worked as an emergency room doctor for ten years.  His hobby of drawing […]

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