Photo courtesy of Kenn Kotara

Kenn Kotara explores a conceptualized version of language using the cellular geometry of Braille. His ability to weave the known and unknown into his work is especially captivating. By leaving blank spaces in the titles - Don’t ___ the ___ - he beckons the viewer to engage in his vocabulary. Kotara’s perpetual curiosity with space and form combined with a literary propensity continues to lead his muse into examining patterns based in mathematics, architecture, natural and life sciences striking a unique balance between chaos and order. Working in mediums such as copper, stainless steel, mixed media on canvas, 3-D screens or hand punched Braille one can sense the pulse of this unique artistic language.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through November 14.

Kenn Kotara explores a conceptualized version of language using the cellular geometry of Braille. His ability to weave the known and unknown into his work is especially captivating. By leaving blank spaces in the titles - Don’t ___ the ___ - he beckons the viewer to engage in his vocabulary. Kotara’s perpetual curiosity with space and form combined with a literary propensity continues to lead his muse into examining patterns based in mathematics, architecture, natural and life sciences striking a unique balance between chaos and order. Working in mediums such as copper, stainless steel, mixed media on canvas, 3-D screens or hand punched Braille one can sense the pulse of this unique artistic language.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through November 14.

Kenn Kotara explores a conceptualized version of language using the cellular geometry of Braille. His ability to weave the known and unknown into his work is especially captivating. By leaving blank spaces in the titles - Don’t ___ the ___ - he beckons the viewer to engage in his vocabulary. Kotara’s perpetual curiosity with space and form combined with a literary propensity continues to lead his muse into examining patterns based in mathematics, architecture, natural and life sciences striking a unique balance between chaos and order. Working in mediums such as copper, stainless steel, mixed media on canvas, 3-D screens or hand punched Braille one can sense the pulse of this unique artistic language.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through November 14.

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WHERE

Mary Tomas Gallery
1110 Dragon St.
Dallas, TX 75207
http://www.marytomasgallery.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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