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SYMMETRY IN WOOD: TOWERING VISUALIZATIONS
A solo exhibition featuring wood sculptor Jeff Robinson whose work is constructed from hardwoods, primarily from North America, South America and Africa. Jeff uses hundreds to thousands of hardwood pieces of varying shapes and sizes and joins them together, resulting in a surface on each sculpture with intricately composed geometric landscapes. The joining of these pieces creates the illusion that the large scale sculptures are balancing precipitously on edge. An artist reception will be held Thursday March 16, 2017 from 4-8pm and will be on display at WALL Gallery through April 13, 2017. Artist in attendance.
INDIGENOUS ... Is an art exhibition featuring the work of the Texas artist, Scott Dykema. An intuitive artist with a keen grasp of space, texture, and color interaction, Scott's highly energetic and even jubilant work ranges from the abstract to studies of such diverse subject as cowboys, Native Americans, sumo wrestlers, samurai warriors, and geisha women. An artist reception will be held February 18, 2017 from 5-8pm. This exhibition will be on view through March 15, 2017.
PAINTED LENS....Artist Greg Piazza is an artist who captures simple geometric imagery through his camera all over the world. It is through these images a transformation onto the canvas occurs with straight line abstraction in vivid color. Please join us for this solo exhibition January 7, 2017 5-8pm.
"Usually a word associated with sound and touch, but the art world has borrowed the word to point out a magic that can happen in the visual arts. My work strives for visual vibration, where texture, color and motion come together.
This body of work circles around strong applications of paint and materials that arrest the viewer with a fortitude of intent, but upon closer inspection, there are delicate stories beneath the dominant works that soothe and invite the viewer to linger. A painting can't just be one note strong, it needs a secondary gentle theme woven in to createthe vibration I strive for". ~James Jensen, October 25, 2016