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Photo by Kevin Cromwell.

Archway Gallery presents "Deep Space Communication," featuring recent paintings and prints by Kevin Cromwell.

With a sketchbook and something to drink, Cromwell ponders on ideas of space, connection, and communication. The artist has always been interested in space and has been recording the experience of travel through that dark sea on this blue-green planet. Without access to a celestial bathysphere dropped into the depths, he restricts his records to views of pin-pricked surface and the planet. He hopes that one day we will be able to communicate with others in the greater community and, like all explorers, he tries to cultivate a love of mystery and an openness to the unknown. This is counter to the belief that we have all the knowledge, and that we should automatically define and bind all things.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until November 1.

Archway Gallery presents "Deep Space Communication," featuring recent paintings and prints by Kevin Cromwell.

With a sketchbook and something to drink, Cromwell ponders on ideas of space, connection, and communication. The artist has always been interested in space and has been recording the experience of travel through that dark sea on this blue-green planet. Without access to a celestial bathysphere dropped into the depths, he restricts his records to views of pin-pricked surface and the planet. He hopes that one day we will be able to communicate with others in the greater community and, like all explorers, he tries to cultivate a love of mystery and an openness to the unknown. This is counter to the belief that we have all the knowledge, and that we should automatically define and bind all things.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until November 1.

Archway Gallery presents "Deep Space Communication," featuring recent paintings and prints by Kevin Cromwell.

With a sketchbook and something to drink, Cromwell ponders on ideas of space, connection, and communication. The artist has always been interested in space and has been recording the experience of travel through that dark sea on this blue-green planet. Without access to a celestial bathysphere dropped into the depths, he restricts his records to views of pin-pricked surface and the planet. He hopes that one day we will be able to communicate with others in the greater community and, like all explorers, he tries to cultivate a love of mystery and an openness to the unknown. This is counter to the belief that we have all the knowledge, and that we should automatically define and bind all things.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until November 1.

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Archway Gallery
2305-A Dunlavy St.
Houston, TX 77019
http://www.archwaygallery.com/

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Admission is free.
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