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Samuel Lynne Galleries will be presenting the opening reception for artist Lea Fisher’s latest exhibition A Good Story... After observing numerous exhibitions over the past year, Lea Fisher was struck by the emphasis many artists placed on the “story” behind each of their artworks. Witnessing the trends of the current art climate, Fisher questions the idea of art requiring a dense narrative in order to elicit an emotional response from viewers. Fisher, at present, prefers to create art that speaks for itself instead of retroactively generating a fictitious explanation behind its creation. With her newest conceptions, Fisher displays authentic, expressive artwork with the intention to inspire, leaving her audience with a personal experience rather than “A Good Story”.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through October 8.
 

Samuel Lynne Galleries will be presenting the opening reception for artist Lea Fisher’s latest exhibition A Good Story... After observing numerous exhibitions over the past year, Lea Fisher was struck by the emphasis many artists placed on the “story” behind each of their artworks. Witnessing the trends of the current art climate, Fisher questions the idea of art requiring a dense narrative in order to elicit an emotional response from viewers. Fisher, at present, prefers to create art that speaks for itself instead of retroactively generating a fictitious explanation behind its creation. With her newest conceptions, Fisher displays authentic, expressive artwork with the intention to inspire, leaving her audience with a personal experience rather than “A Good Story”.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through October 8.

Samuel Lynne Galleries will be presenting the opening reception for artist Lea Fisher’s latest exhibition A Good Story... After observing numerous exhibitions over the past year, Lea Fisher was struck by the emphasis many artists placed on the “story” behind each of their artworks. Witnessing the trends of the current art climate, Fisher questions the idea of art requiring a dense narrative in order to elicit an emotional response from viewers. Fisher, at present, prefers to create art that speaks for itself instead of retroactively generating a fictitious explanation behind its creation. With her newest conceptions, Fisher displays authentic, expressive artwork with the intention to inspire, leaving her audience with a personal experience rather than “A Good Story”.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through October 8.

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Samuel Lynne Galleries
1105 Dragon St.
Dallas, TX 75207
http://samuellynne.com/

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