TheMadddArtist — Roderice Cardell — will exhibit his pain at West Main Artists Co-op July 19-Aug. 11, and he wants everyone to feel it.
“The Sound of Color” will be his first public exhibit, consisting of about 20 works described as “abstract street art.” The work will be open for free public viewing 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. His reception will be from 5-9 p.m. on July 19 during the city of Spartanburg’s monthly ArtWalk.
“I want people to feel my pain through color,” the 30-year-old Moore native said. “I use music to create, to fight depression and anxiety. I want people to know they aren’t alone. I want people to paint through whatever they are going through, to use their emotions to guide them along with the music.”
TheMadddArtist is an abstract expressionist, performance artist, and street artist, who creates two-dimensional works with acrylics, spray paint, pastels and mixed media.
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