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Conduit Gallery will present a solo exhibition of work by Austin artist, Erin Curtis, titled "Jungle Transmission." With an interest in anthropology and an eye toward architecture and pattern, Curtis’ paintings and works on paper are intensely handmade and united in their dense weavings of color.

The exhibition will also include a site-specific installation that engages the architecture of the gallery and spills onto the floor and off the walls. Combining painting, found and repurposed materials, and free hanging, cut canvas shapes, the installation will be complex and exuberant, complimenting the free-standing paintings and offering an experience that is akin to being inside one.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 14.

Conduit Gallery will present a solo exhibition of work by Austin artist, Erin Curtis, titled "Jungle Transmission." With an interest in anthropology and an eye toward architecture and pattern, Curtis’ paintings and works on paper are intensely handmade and united in their dense weavings of color.

The exhibition will also include a site-specific installation that engages the architecture of the gallery and spills onto the floor and off the walls. Combining painting, found and repurposed materials, and free hanging, cut canvas shapes, the installation will be complex and exuberant, complimenting the free-standing paintings and offering an experience that is akin to being inside one.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 14.

Conduit Gallery will present a solo exhibition of work by Austin artist, Erin Curtis, titled "Jungle Transmission." With an interest in anthropology and an eye toward architecture and pattern, Curtis’ paintings and works on paper are intensely handmade and united in their dense weavings of color.

The exhibition will also include a site-specific installation that engages the architecture of the gallery and spills onto the floor and off the walls. Combining painting, found and repurposed materials, and free hanging, cut canvas shapes, the installation will be complex and exuberant, complimenting the free-standing paintings and offering an experience that is akin to being inside one.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 14.

WHEN

WHERE

Conduit Gallery
1636 Hi Line Dr.
#C
Dallas, TX 75207
http://www.conduitgallery.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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