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Kettle Art Gallery presents Scott Eichelberger opening reception

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Photo courtesy of Scott Eichelberger

Kettle Art Gallery will present an exhibition by Contemporary Pop artist Scott Eichelberger. The artists has been on and off Kettle Art's radar since 1999 when he curated an early street artists exhibit at the Deep Ellum Center for the Arts featuring Shepard Fairey, Dave Kinsey, Logan Hicks, Ben Frost, and himself.

In 2002, he owned and operated the Low Pressure gallery located on the corner of Peak & Elm in Dallas. Since then he’s managed to keep busy creating artwork for the likes of Live Nation, the Southside Ballroom, Toyota Music Factory and many other venues across the country, inevitably finding himself surrounded by plenty of works and nowhere to show.

Visitors can immerse themselves in the visually stimulating world of Eichelberger’s art, where each piece tells a unique story inspired by architecture, skateboard art, vintage logos, and captivating imagery.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through January 28.

Kettle Art Gallery will present an exhibition by Contemporary Pop artist Scott Eichelberger. The artists has been on and off Kettle Art's radar since 1999 when he curated an early street artists exhibit at the Deep Ellum Center for the Arts featuring Shepard Fairey, Dave Kinsey, Logan Hicks, Ben Frost, and himself.

In 2002, he owned and operated the Low Pressure gallery located on the corner of Peak & Elm in Dallas. Since then he’s managed to keep busy creating artwork for the likes of Live Nation, the Southside Ballroom, Toyota Music Factory and many other venues across the country, inevitably finding himself surrounded by plenty of works and nowhere to show.

Visitors can immerse themselves in the visually stimulating world of Eichelberger’s art, where each piece tells a unique story inspired by architecture, skateboard art, vintage logos, and captivating imagery.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through January 28.

WHEN

WHERE

Kettle Art Gallery
2650 Main St, Dallas, TX 75226, USA
https://www.kettleart.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.

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