Photo courtesy of Alan Barnes Fine Art

In an age of virtual reality, when the art of painting a picture is possible through the screen, and imagery is well considered when floating in formaldehyde, it is reassuring to find an evergreen of traditional values.

Matthew Alexander has always lived life to the hilt, but he enjoys nothing more than the love of his family and the respect of his friends and peers. He continues to enjoy considerable success on both sides of the Atlantic and his paintings are admired and collected by an international base of collectors.

A product of post war England, he has known tough beginnings, but he is aware of his talent and when he uses it to the full effect, it is breathtaking.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through March 3.

In an age of virtual reality, when the art of painting a picture is possible through the screen, and imagery is well considered when floating in formaldehyde, it is reassuring to find an evergreen of traditional values.

Matthew Alexander has always lived life to the hilt, but he enjoys nothing more than the love of his family and the respect of his friends and peers. He continues to enjoy considerable success on both sides of the Atlantic and his paintings are admired and collected by an international base of collectors.

A product of post war England, he has known tough beginnings, but he is aware of his talent and when he uses it to the full effect, it is breathtaking.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through March 3.

In an age of virtual reality, when the art of painting a picture is possible through the screen, and imagery is well considered when floating in formaldehyde, it is reassuring to find an evergreen of traditional values.

Matthew Alexander has always lived life to the hilt, but he enjoys nothing more than the love of his family and the respect of his friends and peers. He continues to enjoy considerable success on both sides of the Atlantic and his paintings are admired and collected by an international base of collectors.

A product of post war England, he has known tough beginnings, but he is aware of his talent and when he uses it to the full effect, it is breathtaking.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through March 3.

WHEN

WHERE

Alan Barnes Fine Art Gallery
2611 Fairmount St.
Dallas, TX 75201
http://www.alanbarnesfineart.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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