ELECTED IN 2008
Creeping surreptitiously into mental crevices where significances try to hide, Gilly Thomas mines for the elusive imagery that can codify feeling in a visual way.
Sometimes idiosyncratic, sometimes absurd, it has the power to exorcise demons, but also suggests associative interpretations. Cryptic, ironic, and obsessive, these works are given titles that may clarify or misdirect. Gilly believes that the beholder’s share, which the viewer brings, is vital.