Photo courtesy of Johannes Boekhoudt

JM Gallery opens its third year with "Black & White," an exhibition of drawings by Johannes Boekhoudt. The works in this show explore similar themes, but on a different scale. Here, Boekhoudt offers drawings, primarily in black and white, that are smaller and more personal but no less expressive and impassioned, and his presence is felt in each forceful stroke.

Boekhoudt is an internationally acclaimed artist whose works have shown in galleries and museums in Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, and the United States. He is best known for large, expressionistic paintings that reveal social injustice and lay bare the suffering and loss caused by hatred, intolerance, and arrogance.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 25.

JM Gallery opens its third year with "Black & White," an exhibition of drawings by Johannes Boekhoudt. The works in this show explore similar themes, but on a different scale. Here, Boekhoudt offers drawings, primarily in black and white, that are smaller and more personal but no less expressive and impassioned, and his presence is felt in each forceful stroke.

Boekhoudt is an internationally acclaimed artist whose works have shown in galleries and museums in Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, and the United States. He is best known for large, expressionistic paintings that reveal social injustice and lay bare the suffering and loss caused by hatred, intolerance, and arrogance.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 25.

JM Gallery opens its third year with "Black & White," an exhibition of drawings by Johannes Boekhoudt. The works in this show explore similar themes, but on a different scale. Here, Boekhoudt offers drawings, primarily in black and white, that are smaller and more personal but no less expressive and impassioned, and his presence is felt in each forceful stroke.

Boekhoudt is an internationally acclaimed artist whose works have shown in galleries and museums in Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, and the United States. He is best known for large, expressionistic paintings that reveal social injustice and lay bare the suffering and loss caused by hatred, intolerance, and arrogance.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 25.

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

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