​Imagination Changes Everything
December 31, 2013
By Patricia Boinest Potter
Featuring photos by Claire Boscher

Ed. Note: Artist Pat Potter’s current project challenges the viewer to see the ordinary in extraordinary detail. Using found objects laden with symbolism and with accompanying photographs, she creates a path of discovery of the complexities of the world around us. 
The Artist’s voice:

“Transformation is a daily part of life in my studio. Ideas, tools and materials are in abundance and are in constant motion. I have always loved maps and making connections between things; this current project, Isomorphic Map Tables, is an attempt to discover the connections underlying solid territory.

“From my window I can see Mount Cheaha, the highest point in Alabama. One hundred miles up the road is the beautiful Little River Canyon. The table featured here expresses the hidden dimensions of both, the connections between the seen and the unseen.”

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Pat Potter is an Anniston artist who has studied across the world, from Jacksonville State University to the Rhode Island School of Design to the University of Art and Design in Helsinki, Finland. Her Isomorphic Map Tables are scheduled to go on exhibit in January 2015 at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston in Charleston, S.C. You can see more of her work at
Claire Boscher is a student in graphic design and art direction in Paris. You can see more of her work at
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