Artist Bio
Zehra Follweiler has worked in a variety of media including pen and ink, acrylic, watercolor and digital. She has adapted digital artwork while studying Computer Graphics at Allentown Business School in 2002.
She has exhibited works at the Antonio Salemme Foundation, Allentown Art Museum, Moravian College and Studio 606. She has also used her work for community outreach programs such as Lehigh Valley Council of Churches, and Allentown Rescue Mission. She currently resides in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

Artist Statement (what is Vectored Reality?)
It is said that 71 per cent of the Earth’s surface is covered in beige or other annoying neutrals. Color has been marginalized to accent the neutral. To be more than that, is to stand out and put your survival at risk. Remaining in obscurity puts the reason for survival at risk.

Vectored Reality is bolder, brighter and more definitive. It’s okay to have beige in it, but it’s not in charge. A vector is a direction where you stake a place in the Universe. A vector is calculating, precise and intense. The intensity does not get diluted when reality expands. It maintains fire on all levels.
  • Joined: September 2007


Concept vs. Commercial in Art
Posted about 3 years – Leave a comment

A Question of Balance

Yes, I am a fan of the Moody Blues. However the title refers to why I do Art. When I am creating, I feel like a conduit of positive energy to the universe. It counterbalances negativity that I feel sometimes in my other profession. My other job is very rewarding, but it is also demanding. / Art is a gift. One can experiment in their mental laboratory, and throw their result on a page. The p…
Posted almost 9 years – Leave a comment

Sunday Night Cure for Monday Morning.

Having a glass of Zinfandel. / Working on a piece called “The Delicate Arch” / Listening to Thomas Dolby’s “Airwaves” / Imagining I’m flying.
Posted about 9 years – Leave a comment
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