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Andrew Durham Gallery presents Sculpture Month Houston artist reception

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Image courtesy of Scott Madison

Andrew Durham Gallery will present a Sculpture Month Houston exhibition featuring a collection of artworks by artists Frances Bagley, Becky Newsom, Scott Madison, Steve Murphy, Jeff Jennings, and Tom Orr.

Bagley often works with the human form although not exclusively, the organic quality of the human figure holds her interest because of the subconscious empathy we human beings have towards a form similar to our own bodies.

Newsom creates sculpted painted canvases that result in intricate and delicate works of art that capture the essence of organic forms.

Madison is a sculptor who makes custom jewelry boxes, furniture and lamps from various metals including aluminum, brass and stainless steel. He meticulously constructs his sculptures, paying careful consideration to the texture, shape, and composition of each piece.

Murphy engages the classical elements of sculpture, form, volume, surface and edge. His current body of work is the result of a continued reductive investigation of those sculptural elements.

Jennings' sculptures seamlessly integrate architectural elements and geometric shapes, resulting in playful compositions that captivate the viewers’ eye. Through his use of color, Jennings creates visually striking pieces that are dynamic and evoke intrigue.

Orr has developed a body of sculpture work that utilizes formal traits to disrupt and create vibrant optical patterns. Experiential movement brings the nuances of the work to life utilizing reflected light, reflected color, shadows, scale, repetitive lines and Moiré patterns.

The exhibition will remain on display through December 2.

Andrew Durham Gallery will present a Sculpture Month Houston exhibition featuring a collection of artworks by artists Frances Bagley, Becky Newsom, Scott Madison, Steve Murphy, Jeff Jennings, and Tom Orr.

Bagley often works with the human form although not exclusively, the organic quality of the human figure holds her interest because of the subconscious empathy we human beings have towards a form similar to our own bodies.

Newsom creates sculpted painted canvases that result in intricate and delicate works of art that capture the essence of organic forms.

Madison is a sculptor who makes custom jewelry boxes, furniture and lamps from various metals including aluminum, brass and stainless steel. He meticulously constructs his sculptures, paying careful consideration to the texture, shape, and composition of each piece.

Murphy engages the classical elements of sculpture, form, volume, surface and edge. His current body of work is the result of a continued reductive investigation of those sculptural elements.

Jennings' sculptures seamlessly integrate architectural elements and geometric shapes, resulting in playful compositions that captivate the viewers’ eye. Through his use of color, Jennings creates visually striking pieces that are dynamic and evoke intrigue.

Orr has developed a body of sculpture work that utilizes formal traits to disrupt and create vibrant optical patterns. Experiential movement brings the nuances of the work to life utilizing reflected light, reflected color, shadows, scale, repetitive lines and Moiré patterns.

The exhibition will remain on display through December 2.

WHEN

WHERE

Andrew Durham Gallery
1821 W Alabama St, Houston, TX 77098, USA
https://andrewdurhamgallery.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.

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