Photo courtesy of Kirk Hopper Fine Art

Kirk Hopper Fine Art will present a solo exhibition, "Sometimes Just a Line, Sometimes the Whole Kit and Kaboodle," featuring new works by Martin Delabano.

Delabano’s newest body of work has been three years in the making, some of his work emerging from his sketchbook with whimsy and play and coming through sheer poetic improvisation. Other works he has struggled with over the past few years, always returning seeking new elements to exploit and conjure.

Delabano’s work is familiar, yet chart new territory for him. His pieces are puzzles of lines and shapes, some abstract, some imagistic, but all conveying some type of human need, impulse or condition. Knowing every little detail about the work doesn’t interest Delabano because he is only intrigued by the mystery it presents.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 5.
 

Kirk Hopper Fine Art will present a solo exhibition, "Sometimes Just a Line, Sometimes the Whole Kit and Kaboodle," featuring new works by Martin Delabano.

Delabano’s newest body of work has been three years in the making, some of his work emerging from his sketchbook with whimsy and play and coming through sheer poetic improvisation. Other works he has struggled with over the past few years, always returning seeking new elements to exploit and conjure.

Delabano’s work is familiar, yet chart new territory for him. His pieces are puzzles of lines and shapes, some abstract, some imagistic, but all conveying some type of human need, impulse or condition. Knowing every little detail about the work doesn’t interest Delabano because he is only intrigued by the mystery it presents.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 5.

Kirk Hopper Fine Art will present a solo exhibition, "Sometimes Just a Line, Sometimes the Whole Kit and Kaboodle," featuring new works by Martin Delabano.

Delabano’s newest body of work has been three years in the making, some of his work emerging from his sketchbook with whimsy and play and coming through sheer poetic improvisation. Other works he has struggled with over the past few years, always returning seeking new elements to exploit and conjure.

Delabano’s work is familiar, yet chart new territory for him. His pieces are puzzles of lines and shapes, some abstract, some imagistic, but all conveying some type of human need, impulse or condition. Knowing every little detail about the work doesn’t interest Delabano because he is only intrigued by the mystery it presents.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 5.

WHEN

WHERE

Kirk Hopper Fine Art
1426 N. Riverfront Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75207
http://www.kirkhopperfineart.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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