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Wall Gallery will present a solo exhibition for wood sculptor Jeff Robinson, entitled "Symmetry in Wood: Towering Visualizations."

Constructed from hardwoods, primarily from North America, South America and Africa, no stains are involved in the finishing of each sculpture. The colors and pattern radiate from the natural beauty of the varying woods. Robinson’s current series of eight large-scale sculptures take between 300 to 500 hours to complete. He creates a balance between the geometric patterned element and the pyramidal base. The joining of these pieces creates the illusion that the pieces are balancing precipitously on edge.  The “tunnels” that pass through each piece add a unique perspective, allowing light to pass through an otherwise solid form.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 13.

Wall Gallery will present a solo exhibition for wood sculptor Jeff Robinson, entitled "Symmetry in Wood: Towering Visualizations."

Constructed from hardwoods, primarily from North America, South America and Africa, no stains are involved in the finishing of each sculpture. The colors and pattern radiate from the natural beauty of the varying woods. Robinson’s current series of eight large-scale sculptures take between 300 to 500 hours to complete. He creates a balance between the geometric patterned element and the pyramidal base. The joining of these pieces creates the illusion that the pieces are balancing precipitously on edge. The “tunnels” that pass through each piece add a unique perspective, allowing light to pass through an otherwise solid form.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 13.

Wall Gallery will present a solo exhibition for wood sculptor Jeff Robinson, entitled "Symmetry in Wood: Towering Visualizations."

Constructed from hardwoods, primarily from North America, South America and Africa, no stains are involved in the finishing of each sculpture. The colors and pattern radiate from the natural beauty of the varying woods. Robinson’s current series of eight large-scale sculptures take between 300 to 500 hours to complete. He creates a balance between the geometric patterned element and the pyramidal base. The joining of these pieces creates the illusion that the pieces are balancing precipitously on edge. The “tunnels” that pass through each piece add a unique perspective, allowing light to pass through an otherwise solid form.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 13.

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WHERE

Wall Gallery
1529 Dragon St.
Dallas, TX 75207
http://www.wallondragon.com/

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