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JM Gallery presents a solo show of sculptures by Jason Mehl that embody and reveal the morphology of recollection. Mehl appropriates basic forms and reinterprets them using the language of erosion, decay, growth, and the passage of time to create moments of discovery, points of interest that grab our attention and appear at once familiar but undefined.

Mehl started his artistic career with a studio in Seoul in 2008, and his works embrace a unique blend of Eastern and Western influences. He returned home to continue his endeavors in Dallas in 2013 and has exhibited widely across Texas as well as internationally.

JM Gallery presents a solo show of sculptures by Jason Mehl that embody and reveal the morphology of recollection. Mehl appropriates basic forms and reinterprets them using the language of erosion, decay, growth, and the passage of time to create moments of discovery, points of interest that grab our attention and appear at once familiar but undefined.

Mehl started his artistic career with a studio in Seoul in 2008, and his works embrace a unique blend of Eastern and Western influences. He returned home to continue his endeavors in Dallas in 2013 and has exhibited widely across Texas as well as internationally.

JM Gallery presents a solo show of sculptures by Jason Mehl that embody and reveal the morphology of recollection. Mehl appropriates basic forms and reinterprets them using the language of erosion, decay, growth, and the passage of time to create moments of discovery, points of interest that grab our attention and appear at once familiar but undefined.

Mehl started his artistic career with a studio in Seoul in 2008, and his works embrace a unique blend of Eastern and Western influences. He returned home to continue his endeavors in Dallas in 2013 and has exhibited widely across Texas as well as internationally.

WHEN

WHERE

JM Gallery
1722 Routh St.
#106
Dallas, TX 75201
http://www.jmgallery.org/upcoming/2016/5/19/artist-talk-with-jason-mehl

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