Photo courtesy of Cheryl Finfrock

Ro2 Art Gallery will present "One Supper, Three Stories," a solo exhibition featuring new paintings and drawings by artist Cheryl Finfrock.

Finfrock, a Native Texan, uses mark making as a metaphor for human interaction. She is drawn to surfaces that are unforgiving in nature, where marks are made permanent not unlike choices in our past. Regarding the picture plane as a stage, the characters that occupy Finfrock’s images are people and places the artist has encountered, observed, and dreamed. She uses found flea market photos, various media, and her own photography to develop her work. Following the tradition of Texas storytelling, Finfrock uses her marks to form narratives about her subjects where, with forgiveness, a mistaken mark can be transformed into a new creation.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through May 25.

Ro2 Art Gallery will present "One Supper, Three Stories," a solo exhibition featuring new paintings and drawings by artist Cheryl Finfrock.

Finfrock, a Native Texan, uses mark making as a metaphor for human interaction. She is drawn to surfaces that are unforgiving in nature, where marks are made permanent not unlike choices in our past. Regarding the picture plane as a stage, the characters that occupy Finfrock’s images are people and places the artist has encountered, observed, and dreamed. She uses found flea market photos, various media, and her own photography to develop her work. Following the tradition of Texas storytelling, Finfrock uses her marks to form narratives about her subjects where, with forgiveness, a mistaken mark can be transformed into a new creation.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through May 25.

Ro2 Art Gallery will present "One Supper, Three Stories," a solo exhibition featuring new paintings and drawings by artist Cheryl Finfrock.

Finfrock, a Native Texan, uses mark making as a metaphor for human interaction. She is drawn to surfaces that are unforgiving in nature, where marks are made permanent not unlike choices in our past. Regarding the picture plane as a stage, the characters that occupy Finfrock’s images are people and places the artist has encountered, observed, and dreamed. She uses found flea market photos, various media, and her own photography to develop her work. Following the tradition of Texas storytelling, Finfrock uses her marks to form narratives about her subjects where, with forgiveness, a mistaken mark can be transformed into a new creation.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through May 25.

WHEN

WHERE

Ro2 Art Gallery
1501 S. Ervay St.
Dallas, TX 75215
http://www.ro2art.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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