ARTISTS COLLECTIVE | SPARTANBURG

Chrono: The Dimensional Portal

Lady Pluuto

Exhibiting acrylic and digital works in her second show at the Artists Collective | Spartanburg May 31 through June 25, Lady Pluuto continues showing “fragments” of her spirit through her art.

The exhibition, “Chrono: The Dimensional Portal,” will be in Gallery II of ACS. An artist talk will be held June 16.

Lady Pluuto, whose first “Chrono” exhibition at ACS was held in April 2021, says this year’s show will include “dreamscape, abstract and figurative works. You can expect to see an abundance of bright colors.”

She adds, “I consider my art to be fragments of my spirit. The pieces in this exhibit represent passing moments in my life, emotions I’ve felt and intuitive thoughts and dreams that have made an impact on me.

“As always, my hopes are, through my art, to help others become more aware of the present – to be more accepting of what you feel. I want people to understand that even our negative feelings give us the potential to create something positive. The world would be even more beautiful if we all made the conscious decision to do just that.”

She wants those who visit the exhibit to “walk away with artwork and the inspiration to use negative energy as fuel to propel themselves into their own version of a beautiful life. We cannot destroy energy, but we always have the power to transform it. In doing so, we can inspire each newer generation to do the same.”

The 20 pieces in the exhibit will be offered for sale, with prices starting at $40.

“There isn't any one thing that inspired this exhibit,” she says. “My goal is to bring peace and love to the world. What that may look like changes constantly just like the clouds in the sky.” She adds that she “aims to provide inner peace for those acknowledging their spiraled, never-ending journey through spiritual enlightenment.”

Lady Pluuto, a native of Austell, Georgia, is a self-taught artist who began learning to paint at age 24, following her “spiritual path” through her paintings.

In February of this year, she had works exhibited at the Bruh Mentor Sneaker Gala. In 2020, her works were exhibited in “Hit Refresh: New Member Exhibit” at the Artists Collective | Spartanburg, “Black Artists of Spartanburg Exhibit” at the Chapman Cultural Center and she assisted the late Madddartist with his “R” in the Black Lives Matter mural in downtown Spartanburg. She also painted a mural inside The Tulip Tree restaurant in downtown Spartanburg last year.

Previously, she has had works displayed in “An Unfinished Story” in Spartanburg’s Montgomery Building, “Birth Matters Garden Party and Silent Auction,” Habitat for Humanity Spartanburg’s “Upcycled Art Show” and Thomas Koenig’s exhibit “Seeing Big.”

She also has done live paintings in downtown Greenville and held a paint-and-sip event last year. She has had pop-up shops at Anderson Mall, Drayton Mills and Midtown Lounge.

A member of ACS since 2019, Lady Pluuto is excited about exhibiting there again. “I’ve met some of my best friends at ACS. The collective will always hold a very special place in my heart and soul,” she says.

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