Changing Course

Changing Course is the visual story of iconic people, places, and moments that have transformed history. 

Joined together by a shared commitment to interfaith & intercultural dialogue, artists Lori Haas and Ré Phillips undertake a body of work that challenges historical narratives about the agency of women, the idea of difference, and the significance of migration. 

In an effort to pay homage to those that have contributed to the metamorphosis of our global world, Haas and Phillips creatively reimagine the icons and iconography that have transformed modern history as we know it. The work features the stories of changemakers, ranging from 480 BC to 2012 AD, and emphasizes their corporate concern for the betterment of humanity. Underlying their work is the belief that mutual understanding and commonality have the power to bridge divides and bring people together. 

With the objective of evoking personal, local, and global transfiguration, the show hopes to provide its onlookers with an alternative considerations to ponder: to challenge orthodox interpretations of history; to call into question the idea of otherness; and to reevaluate the transformational influence of women.

Faces of Compassion

Lori Haas

Faces of Compassion

mixed media assemblage

5 x 5 in

$200.00

Ofrenda for Frida I

Lori Haas

Ofrenda for Frida I

mixed media assemblage

8 x 6 in

$250.00

Passageways, 2019

Lori Haas

Passageways, 2019

mixed media assemblage

6 x 6 in

$200.00

Meditation-Stillness, 2019

Lori Haas

Meditation-Stillness, 2019

mixed media assemblage

8 x 6 in

$250.00

Kwan Yin, 2019

Lori Haas

Kwan Yin, 2019

mixed media assemblage

5 x 5 in

$200.00

Dictynna  , 2019

Lori Haas

Dictynna , 2019

mixed media

12 x 9 in

$350.00

Of Dreams & Hustles, 2016

Ré Phillips

Of Dreams & Hustles, 2016

mixed media

40 x 60 in

$2,400.00

Ibeji: Kehinde, 2019

Ré Phillips

Ibeji: Kehinde, 2019

mixed media

30 x 30 in

$450.00

Peace Begins with a Smile, 2019

Ré Phillips

Peace Begins with a Smile, 2019

mixed media

72 x 60 in

$5,500.00

Ode to India III, 2019

Ré Phillips

Ode to India III, 2019

mixed media

10 x 8 in

$200.00

Faces of Christ

Lori Haas

Faces of Christ

mixed media assemblage

8 x 10 in

$250.00

Sri Lakshmi

Lori Haas

Sri Lakshmi

mixed media assemblage

5 x 5 in

$200.00

Joyful Remembering, 2019

Lori Haas

Joyful Remembering, 2019

mixed media assemblage

6 x 12 in

$275.00

Meditation: Prosperity, 2019

Lori Haas

Meditation: Prosperity, 2019

mixed media assemblage

7 x 5 in

$200.00

Buddha, 2019

Lori Haas

Buddha, 2019

mixed media assemblage

4 x 4 in

$175.00

As Above, So Below , 2019

Lori Haas

As Above, So Below , 2019

mixed media

8 x 10 in

$250.00

Womb to the Tomb, 2019

Ré Phillips

Womb to the Tomb, 2019

mixed media

36 x 48 in

$4,000.00

 Martin Luther the KING, 2019

Ré Phillips

Martin Luther the KING, 2019

mixed media

25 x 40 in

$1,200.00

Malala vs the Taliban, 2019

Ré Phillips

Malala vs the Taliban, 2019

mixed media

48 x 60 in

$3,200.00

Ode to India I, 2019

Ré Phillips

Ode to India I, 2019

mixed media

10 x 8 in

$200.00

Two Princes

Lori Haas

Two Princes

mixed media assemblage

12 x 6 in

$275.00

Oya of Winds, 2019

Lori Haas

Oya of Winds, 2019

mixed media assemblage

12 x 9 in

$350.00

Generation to Generation, 2019

Lori Haas

Generation to Generation, 2019

mixed media assemblage

10 x 10 in

$350.00

Meditation: Creative Success, 2019

Lori Haas

Meditation: Creative Success, 2019

mixed media assemblage

5 x 5 in

$225.00

Brother Sun and Sister Moon, 2019

Lori Haas

Brother Sun and Sister Moon, 2019

mixed media assemblage

12 x 6 in

$275.00

Isis Nursing Horus, 2019

Lori Haas

Isis Nursing Horus, 2019

mixed media

7 x 5 in

$225.00

Rosa Parks vs Jim Crow, 2019

Ré Phillips

Rosa Parks vs Jim Crow, 2019

mixed media

30 x 30 in

$800.00

African Mask I, 2019

Ré Phillips

African Mask I, 2019

10 x 6 in

$250.00

Cleopatra vs the Roman Invasion, 2019

Ré Phillips

Cleopatra vs the Roman Invasion, 2019

48 x 60 in

$4,500.00

Ode to India II, 2019

Ré Phillips

Ode to India II, 2019

mixed media

10 x 8 in

$200.00

St. Francis of Assisi

Lori Haas

St. Francis of Assisi

mixed media assemblage

8 x 6 in

$250.00

A Different Perspective, 2019

Lori Haas

A Different Perspective, 2019

mixed media assemblage

10 x 8 in

$275.00

Two Princes , 2019

Lori Haas

Two Princes , 2019

mixed media assemblage

8 x 6 in

$250.00

Meditation: Removing of Obstacles, 2019

Lori Haas

Meditation: Removing of Obstacles, 2019

mixed media assemblage

5 x 5 in

$200.00

Offrenda for Frida III, 2019

Lori Haas

Offrenda for Frida III, 2019

mixed media assemblage

8 x 6 in

$250.00

Black Madonna of Cleremont-Ferrand , 2019

Lori Haas

Black Madonna of Cleremont-Ferrand , 2019

mixed media

16.50 x 8 in

$375.00

Ibeji: Taiwo, 2019

Ré Phillips

Ibeji: Taiwo, 2019

mixed media

30 x 30 in

$450.00

Oscar Wilde, 2019

Ré Phillips

Oscar Wilde, 2019

mixed media

72 x 60 in

$5,500.00

African Mask II, 2019

Ré Phillips

African Mask II, 2019

10 x 6 in

$350.00

Abstract Bowl, 2019

Ré Phillips

Abstract Bowl, 2019

$250.00

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Changing Course
Changing Course is the visual story of iconic people, places, and moments that have transformed history. Joined together by a shared commitment to interfaith & intercultural dialogue, artists Lori Haas and Ré Phillips undertake a body of work that challenges historical narratives about the agency of women, the idea of difference, and the significance of migration. In an effort to pay homage to those that have contributed to the metamorphosis of our global world, Haas and Phillips creatively reimagine the icons and iconography that have transformed modern history as we know it. The work features the stories of changemakers, ranging from 480 BC to 2012 AD, and emphasizes their corporate concern for the betterment of humanity. Underlying their work is the belief that mutual understanding and commonality have the power to bridge divides and bring people together. With the objective of evoking personal, local, and global transfiguration, the show hopes to provide its onlookers with an alternative considerations to ponder: to challenge orthodox interpretations of history; to call into question the idea of otherness; and to reevaluate the transformational influence of women.
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Brickworks Gallery
Atlanta
GA
2019-03-09T00:00:00.0000000
2019-04-15T00:00:00.0000000