Photo courtesy of WALL Gallery

Wall Gallery will present ”Indigenous” featuring Texas artist, Scott Dykema. The inside of a 1947 Chevy school bus is the creative refuge for Arlington artist Dykema, and it also provides the perfect backdrop for his large-scale paintings in which he expertly interplays such diverse media as spray paint, gold and silver leaf, house paints, and stains and varnishes.

An intuitive artist with a keen grasp of space, texture, and color interaction, Dykema’s highly energetic and even jubilant work ranges from the abstract to studies of such diverse subjects as cowboys, Native Americans, sumo wrestlers, samurai warriors, and geisha women.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 15.

Wall Gallery will present ”Indigenous” featuring Texas artist, Scott Dykema. The inside of a 1947 Chevy school bus is the creative refuge for Arlington artist Dykema, and it also provides the perfect backdrop for his large-scale paintings in which he expertly interplays such diverse media as spray paint, gold and silver leaf, house paints, and stains and varnishes.

An intuitive artist with a keen grasp of space, texture, and color interaction, Dykema’s highly energetic and even jubilant work ranges from the abstract to studies of such diverse subjects as cowboys, Native Americans, sumo wrestlers, samurai warriors, and geisha women.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 15.

Wall Gallery will present ”Indigenous” featuring Texas artist, Scott Dykema. The inside of a 1947 Chevy school bus is the creative refuge for Arlington artist Dykema, and it also provides the perfect backdrop for his large-scale paintings in which he expertly interplays such diverse media as spray paint, gold and silver leaf, house paints, and stains and varnishes.

An intuitive artist with a keen grasp of space, texture, and color interaction, Dykema’s highly energetic and even jubilant work ranges from the abstract to studies of such diverse subjects as cowboys, Native Americans, sumo wrestlers, samurai warriors, and geisha women.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 15.

WHEN

WHERE

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

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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