Photo courtesy of Scott Shubin

JM Gallery presents its first exhibition of 2016. Embracing Contrast will feature works by renowned artists Rob Aikey, Ann McIntyre, and Scott Shubin. All three artists, whose installations convey and embody various forms of contradiction through theme, texture and craftsmanship, will be attending the opening reception.

Aikey explores the relationship between predictability and random chance with paintings that appear both carefully composed and spontaneous. McIntyre translates the shapes of discarded trash into multicolored and richly textured prints that reveal the overlooked beauty of the world around us. Shubin offers steel forms that appear industrial and elegant, stable and unsteady, powerful and intimate.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 20.

JM Gallery presents its first exhibition of 2016. Embracing Contrast will feature works by renowned artists Rob Aikey, Ann McIntyre, and Scott Shubin. All three artists, whose installations convey and embody various forms of contradiction through theme, texture and craftsmanship, will be attending the opening reception.

Aikey explores the relationship between predictability and random chance with paintings that appear both carefully composed and spontaneous. McIntyre translates the shapes of discarded trash into multicolored and richly textured prints that reveal the overlooked beauty of the world around us. Shubin offers steel forms that appear industrial and elegant, stable and unsteady, powerful and intimate.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 20.

JM Gallery presents its first exhibition of 2016. Embracing Contrast will feature works by renowned artists Rob Aikey, Ann McIntyre, and Scott Shubin. All three artists, whose installations convey and embody various forms of contradiction through theme, texture and craftsmanship, will be attending the opening reception.

Aikey explores the relationship between predictability and random chance with paintings that appear both carefully composed and spontaneous. McIntyre translates the shapes of discarded trash into multicolored and richly textured prints that reveal the overlooked beauty of the world around us. Shubin offers steel forms that appear industrial and elegant, stable and unsteady, powerful and intimate.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 20.

WHEN

WHERE

JM Gallery
1722 Routh St.
#106
Dallas, TX 75201
http://www.jmgallery.org/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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