Jeffrey Paclipan DramaTies series, "Jelly Bean", is made from puzzles, tie, and resin. It is 9"h x 6"w x 2"d.
Jeffrey Paclipan was born in the Philippines, to an American military father and Catholic Filipino mother. During his childhood the family moved all over the United States following his father's military assignments. Jeffrey has always been conscious of a severe conflict between values of the mainstream and of his natural self. Trapped by religion, trapped by mainstream culture, and trapped by his family dynamics, he ultimately had only his imagination to form a reality in which he could place himself. His mixed media paintings and assemblages working visceral with materials that are immediately available.
Paclipan has participated in juried exhibitions with galleries and festivals in Florida, New York, South Carolina and Georgia which includes Slotin Folkfest, Norcross, GA, 2008-11. His gallery solo and group exhibitions include Galeria Tew, Bill Lowe, Chastain Arts Center, Mammal Gallery, WREK Georgia Tech's 50th Anniversary in Atlanta, GA, Life On Mars in New York, NY, Brooklyn Waterfront Art Coalition, Brooklyn, NY and is currently represented by Hathaway Contemporary Gallery. Paclipan's mixed media college submission "Salvador Del Mundo" was highlighted in a Miami Herald art review of the 36th Hortt Memorial Exhibition, Museum of Art, Ft. Luaderdale, FL, in 1994, "Nova Traditiones" Seven Approaches to Visual Expression Group Exhibition, The I.P. Stanback Museum, South Carolina State University, 2001, as well as exhibiting at The Atlanta Financial Center and Artwalk at Lenox Square in Atlanta, GA, 1997-98. Burnaway-Art Review, Matthew Terrell, Something Out of Nothing- February 27, 2018, First time exhibition/installation at the Chastain Arts Center, AT, GA. Scheduled exhibitions, Ogelthorpe University, Exhibition/Installation, "Super Natural" 3 person show, November 2018-January 2019, Hathaway Contemporary Gallery, Two person exhibition with Kevin Cole, January -February 2019.
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