My artwork often incorporates fractured sightlines, layers of muted colours and various discarded materials or destroyed artifacts to explore the poetry of the abstract, the aged and that which we misremember.
I want to celebrate and explore ambiguity. The ambiguity of thought, memory, truth and vision are areas of special interest as they provide a point of entry for the viewer. By taking the time to examine ambiguity in art, we can reconsider that which we may have assumed to be of little importance.
C.P. Harrison was born and raised in Houston, Texas before making a home in Austin. He received his BFA from The University of Oklahoma in 1997. Harrison’s collage art has been in numerous group shows throughout Central Texas, including his first solo show in 2020. His work has appeared in the magazines Cut Me Up, Defaced and OLTRE, as well as the publication BLEND a cooperative collage project by Allan Bealy.