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Forrest and Virginia Green Mezzanine Gallery presents CJ Miller: "Emotional Rollercoaster" opening reception

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Image courtesy of CJ Miller

The Forrest and Virginia Green Mezzanine Gallery at the Charles W. Eisemann Center will present "Emotional Rollercoaster," a solo exhibition by Dallas artist CJ Miller. The immersive collection features seven large paintings, each paired with a specific emotional song to create an environment that takes attendees through various emotions.

Miller created each painting while listening to only one specific song that produced a strong emotional response in the artist. As visitors view and listen to each painting paired with a specific song, they will experience the expanse of human emotion, from happy to sad, melancholy to hopeful, and frustrated to reverent. Miller hopes that viewers will realize that emotions are part of the human experience, meant to be felt but not always acted upon, and meant to create empathy and understanding for others.

Miller, a painter with more than 20 years of experience, founded Rainmaker Advertising and the Urban Artist Market. He authored and published The Spiritual Artist in November 2021 and produces The Spiritual Artist Podcast, which highlights today's spiritual artists and thought leaders, sharing their stories of enlightenment.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through September 30.

The Forrest and Virginia Green Mezzanine Gallery at the Charles W. Eisemann Center will present "Emotional Rollercoaster," a solo exhibition by Dallas artist CJ Miller. The immersive collection features seven large paintings, each paired with a specific emotional song to create an environment that takes attendees through various emotions.

Miller created each painting while listening to only one specific song that produced a strong emotional response in the artist. As visitors view and listen to each painting paired with a specific song, they will experience the expanse of human emotion, from happy to sad, melancholy to hopeful, and frustrated to reverent. Miller hopes that viewers will realize that emotions are part of the human experience, meant to be felt but not always acted upon, and meant to create empathy and understanding for others.

Miller, a painter with more than 20 years of experience, founded Rainmaker Advertising and the Urban Artist Market. He authored and published The Spiritual Artist in November 2021 and produces The Spiritual Artist Podcast, which highlights today's spiritual artists and thought leaders, sharing their stories of enlightenment.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through September 30.

WHEN

WHERE

Forrest and Virginia Green Mezzanine Gallery
2351 Performance Dr, Richardson, TX 75082, USA
https://www.eisemanncenter.com/art

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.

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