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The Verve: Webbers’ artwork often goes against the grain

There are females and males, exposed. There are branches and leaves, wings, skulls, bones, guns and dark images mixed with light. It is all the world has to offer, unfiltered and exaggerated with hints of sarcasm. Not meant to be taken literally, the works are the extensions of artists Troy and Susan Webber, whose philosophies are to go against the grain, to not live life in fear, and to maintain their individuality in a world where so many refuse to stray from the paved path.

The Verve: Webbers’ art work often goes against the grain

There are females and males, exposed. There are branches and leaves, wings, skulls, bones, guns and dark images mixed with light. It is all the world has to offer, unfiltered and exaggerated with hints of sarcasm. Not meant to be taken literally, the works are the extensions of artists Troy and Susan Webber, whose philosophies are to go against the grain, to not live life in fear, and to maintain their individuality in a world where so many refuse to stray from the paved path.