Dew Jareanvai, currently selling his work at the Open Door Gallery's Handmade Holiday Market, is also exhibiting "A Dynamic Journey: My Tribute to Rayleen Lescay" in the lobby of The NonProfit Center in Boston.
Dew uses the mediums of acrylic paints, oil pastels and everyday objects to create abstract works. His art frequently focuses on human potential and the belief that its only limits are self-imposed.
"A Dynamic Journey: A Tribute to Rayleen Lescay" is a collection particularly close to Dew's heart. Rayleen was a young woman that lived freely and without placing unnecessary limits on her life, or her abilities. Unfortunately, Rayleen succumbed to cancer in 2009. As one of her closest friends, Dew created this collection to honor her spirit and chronicle their journey together, including Rayleen's courageous battle against cancer.
This collection is comprised of four acrylic paintings following a narrative order. The red in each painting represents Rayleen. The painting titled Limitless Possibilities (shown above) is about Rayleen's zest for life and her boundless energy and curiosity. She loved to be center stage, and enjoyed doing pop-a-wheelies; and the purple and white swirly lines represent her love of movement.
Other painting in the series include "Rayleen's Adversary", "Loss Of Rayleen", and "Rayleen Holding Court".
Don't miss Dew's exhibit while you are shopping at VSA's Handmade Holiday Market.Tweet