EXHIBITIONS

 
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CURRENT EXHIBITION

danika ostrowski | Chroma. Flora.

SEPTEMBER 6 - OCTOBER 27, 2019

Chroma. Flora. transports the viewer to another world, where colors seem too saturated to be real and the bizarre shapes of plants feel outlandish. But the places in these paintings are very real and Danika Ostrowski’s work reminds us how remarkable the beauty of our Earth is. Danika has long been fascinated with the color and plant life in desert environments. This series is an in-depth exploration of these two subjects.


UPCOMING EXHIBITION

SUSAN SAGE

NOVEMBER 1 - DECEMBER 31, 2019

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Susan Sage is a self-taught portrait artist based out of Portland, Oregon. She has been experimenting in portraiture her entire life and painting professionally for more than a decade. Sage’s figurative portraits feature saturated acrylic colors on plywood depicting vibrant and frivolous scenes of people socializing in an ambiguous time and place. Her warm, evocative paintings are created from stylized photoshoots of her friends. Sage’s work highlights the joy of human connection and the artist’s personal journey exploring the interaction of portraiture’s technical artistry with abstract art’s creative freedom. Her new work will feature pieces inspired by her recent Los Angeles adventures and beachside photoshoots. Follow her on Instagram @susansageart for more in-progress and behind the scenes shots of her process.


 

PAST EXHIBITIONS

MATT KAPLINSKY

Matt Kaplinsky works in a variety of paint media, creating original works largely inspired by landscapes and still lifes. Reflections of various 19th and 20th century masters can be seen in his 21st century works, including such figures as Charles Burchfield, David Bates, and Picasso, as well as Matisse, Monet, Degas and Van Gogh.

Matt Kaplinsky works in a variety of paint media, creating original works largely inspired by landscapes and still lifes. Reflections of various 19th and 20th century masters can be seen in his 21st century works, including such figures as Charles Burchfield, David Bates, and Picasso, as well as Matisse, Monet, Degas and Van Gogh.

PATRICK PUCKETT

Patrick Puckett was born in Jackson, Mississippi, in 1979 and moved to Austin, Texas, in 2005. Studying under professor James Meade at the University of Southern Mississippi, he received his bachelor degree in fine arts in 2002. His paintings are visual inventions culled from a life lived in the South.

Patrick Puckett was born in Jackson, Mississippi, in 1979 and moved to Austin, Texas, in 2005. Studying under professor James Meade at the University of Southern Mississippi, he received his bachelor degree in fine arts in 2002. His paintings are visual inventions culled from a life lived in the South.

STELLA ALESI

Simplify  showcases hard-edge, minimalist abstract paintings from the celebrated Austin painter, Stella Alesi. The exhibition was created in direct opposition to our current fast-paced and visually overloaded existence. The paintings apply simple shapes and a limited palette intending to activate the viewer’s mind. With influences from minimal abstraction paintings from the 50's and 60's as well as American Northwest Indian painting, Alesi’s work introduces a unique vocabulary for the present.

Simplify showcases hard-edge, minimalist abstract paintings from the celebrated Austin painter, Stella Alesi. The exhibition was created in direct opposition to our current fast-paced and visually overloaded existence. The paintings apply simple shapes and a limited palette intending to activate the viewer’s mind. With influences from minimal abstraction paintings from the 50's and 60's as well as American Northwest Indian painting, Alesi’s work introduces a unique vocabulary for the present.