The Patchwork Theater was created in 2014 by indie rock band members of Billy Draws Two, Billy Horn, Rosie Lorenti and Doug Life. Our goal is to bring high quality live performances to the stage, from original, premiere works to established and popular shows, to never before seen concepts all while maintaining the same indie/ punk rock attitude brought to the table by our founders.
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5 HOUR PRE – LICENSING COURSE
1201 Pine Ave at NACC (Old High School at Portage Rd)
Use red door from Portage – Room 120
Saturday: Weekly, 3:30 PM by Appointment
Sunday: Monthly, 9:00 AM by Appointment
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While primarily a painter, I often combine painting with other media. At the heart of this work is the process of synthesis, a “putting or placing of things together.” The combining of disparate ideas and media that interact together to create new relationships and perspectives intrigue me.
I focus on the figure in order to address fundamental and contemporary human concerns; birth, suffering, innocence, vulnerability, technology dependence, economic disparity, aging and death. My work is highly influenced by my years working in human services. I freely employ and re-contextualize Judeo-Christian imagery, though I do not intend these images to be primarily religious in nature. I desire to create work that is conceptual as well as humanist, critical as well as aesthetic.