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Kirk Hopper Fine Art presents the solo exhibition, Terry Maker: Big Bang.

Marking her return to Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Maker addresses desire and human initiative in light of the [obvious] awareness of our ultimate end. This new body of work investigates the conundrum of this reality with various sculptures that symbolize the gravity, pathos and, sometimes, comedic state of the human situation and the quest for an exit strategy or possibility of redemption. Various works throughout Big Bang symbolize this pursuit, while the shape of the circle or oval, a symbol of unity, wholeness and eternity, sharply counters the conceptual dialogue with darker forces of potential evil.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 9.

Kirk Hopper Fine Art presents the solo exhibition, Terry Maker: Big Bang.

Marking her return to Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Maker addresses desire and human initiative in light of the [obvious] awareness of our ultimate end. This new body of work investigates the conundrum of this reality with various sculptures that symbolize the gravity, pathos and, sometimes, comedic state of the human situation and the quest for an exit strategy or possibility of redemption. Various works throughout Big Bang symbolize this pursuit, while the shape of the circle or oval, a symbol of unity, wholeness and eternity, sharply counters the conceptual dialogue with darker forces of potential evil.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 9.

Kirk Hopper Fine Art presents the solo exhibition, Terry Maker: Big Bang.

Marking her return to Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Maker addresses desire and human initiative in light of the [obvious] awareness of our ultimate end. This new body of work investigates the conundrum of this reality with various sculptures that symbolize the gravity, pathos and, sometimes, comedic state of the human situation and the quest for an exit strategy or possibility of redemption. Various works throughout Big Bang symbolize this pursuit, while the shape of the circle or oval, a symbol of unity, wholeness and eternity, sharply counters the conceptual dialogue with darker forces of potential evil.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 9.

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

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