This artist is entirely, utterly, and totally fascinated by the depths of space. And to think that it supposedly all started from a cataclysmic explosion bigger than anything we can imagine? Wild! And that blast went so far that it eventually created planets and galaxies that we’ll never see? Astonishing! So, as you contemplate the vastness of our own solar system and all the other worlds that exist out there and how minuscule we really are, enjoy this original abstract artwork.
The Big Bang
12 x 12”
Cory Potter is a Michigan-based artist who hoards paper for collage, paint for abstracts, and glitter for both. He is interested in the weird, the bright, the queer, the garish, the strange, and the unconventional and will use anything as an art supply. Like a squirrel, he is attracted to shiny things and free nuts. He’s been included in numerous Flint Institute of Arts Student Exhibitions, Arte Della Morte at Mainsail Collective (Flint, MI 2019), Kaleidoscope of Expression at Pontiac Creative Arts Center (Pontiac, MI 2019), and the Blick Art Materials Local Artist Winter Showcase (Detroit, MI 2019). During 2020, he participated in virtual exhibitions with the Detroit Deltas (Detroit, MI) and the Harvey Milk Festival (Sarasota, FL). Follow him on Instagram at @cup_of_coco.