James Sterling Pitt’s art functions as a chronological, visual archiving of memories. These memories are represented at times as playfully recognizable objects, and at others as abstracted forms that come from perceptual shifts or dreams. Conceptualized to exist as an object-based journal, his current works are three dimensional re-creations of moments past. He lives and works in Oakland.
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