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Kendall Glover works back and forth between two dimensional works on paper and three dimensional sculptures. In 2016, Kendall Glover exhibited a series of three dimensional rattan and raffia sculptures in the Conduit Gallery Project Room primarily focused on line and the formation of planes and volumes. Those sculptures became the basis for an ambitious series of collages made from various handmade papers (Japanese Yatsuo, Gampi, Mitsumata and Korean Hanji) which will be on view. The collages, informed by Jaffa sculptures, describe implied planar relationships using color, form and line to unite, repel, agitate and explore the various ways parts can be combined to form a whole.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through April 5.

Kendall Glover works back and forth between two dimensional works on paper and three dimensional sculptures. In 2016, Kendall Glover exhibited a series of three dimensional rattan and raffia sculptures in the Conduit Gallery Project Room primarily focused on line and the formation of planes and volumes. Those sculptures became the basis for an ambitious series of collages made from various handmade papers (Japanese Yatsuo, Gampi, Mitsumata and Korean Hanji) which will be on view. The collages, informed by Jaffa sculptures, describe implied planar relationships using color, form and line to unite, repel, agitate and explore the various ways parts can be combined to form a whole.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through April 5.

Kendall Glover works back and forth between two dimensional works on paper and three dimensional sculptures. In 2016, Kendall Glover exhibited a series of three dimensional rattan and raffia sculptures in the Conduit Gallery Project Room primarily focused on line and the formation of planes and volumes. Those sculptures became the basis for an ambitious series of collages made from various handmade papers (Japanese Yatsuo, Gampi, Mitsumata and Korean Hanji) which will be on view. The collages, informed by Jaffa sculptures, describe implied planar relationships using color, form and line to unite, repel, agitate and explore the various ways parts can be combined to form a whole.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through April 5.

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

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