Memories are cohesive mosaics of the mind, created by our unique ability to recall snippets of our lives. These snippets form mental images visible only to us; they are scattered moments and complex flashes of life’s experiences. They are images that gently float to the surface only to wane away, or hit you in the gut full force in great detail never fading far from our consciousness. These photomontages are assemblages of my memories; a recollection of moments deeply etched into my consciousness and unconsciousness that reveal a lifetime of happy and painful snippets for all to see.
Karie Edwards is a visual artist driven by process-oriented approaches. She holds a M.F.A. and B.F.A. from Radford University. She explores a variety of media and techniques that allows her the freedom to create the subject matter for her imagery. Her current work explores relationships between contradictory subject matter such as light and dark and reality versus imaginary. Her work has been exhibited in various venues both nationally and internationally.