Vortex Paintings exhibited with Jerome Artists Collective in Jerome Arizona 2010.
Sherry Tompalski’s Vortex Paintings exhibited in Jerome Arizona with the Jerome Artists Collective in 2010.
A Vortex is a place in nature where the earth is exceptionally alive with energy. The term Vortex in Sedona refers to a place where the earth energy swirls and draws to it’s center everything that surrounds it like a tornado.
At these magical sites, trees often exhibit this swirling or twisting of their trunks due the powerful vortex energy at the core of a Sedona Vortex. (http://www.aguidetosedona.com/sedona-vortex/)
Jerome Artists Collective
The magical mountain town of Jerome Arizona is home to the Jerome Artists Collective housed in the Old Jerome High School. During the winter of 2010 Sherry Tompalski worked in the studio of artist Suzann Trout to create the Vortex Paintings Series. The Jerome Artists Collective includes Beth Courtright Detwiler, Mark Hemleben, Roy Sterling, Suzi Mound, Sandy Brown, Larry Meagher, Danny Vorves, Angel Lightfeather, Alan Bur Johnson, Bryan Sullivan, Novie Trump, Robin Anderson and Margo Mandette.