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Archway Gallery presents "There Is Another Garden" opening reception

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Photo by Nathan Hill

Archway Gallery presents "There Is Another Garden," featuring new paintings/mixed media by Sherry Tseng Hill and mosaics by Nathan Hill.

Observing that the plant world is much like the human world, embodying the duality of both opposition and contradiction, as well as balance and harmony, artists Sherry Tseng Hill and Nathan Hill investigate the nature of this duality in their works for this exhibition. Using mosaic tile, as well as paper, paint, and other materials, each artist explores the possibilities of realism versus abstraction, of the cells that make up the whole, and of the underlying mathematical patterns. The result is a revelation that There is Another Garden, one that can seem both beautiful and strange.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until March 5.

Archway Gallery presents "There Is Another Garden," featuring new paintings/mixed media by Sherry Tseng Hill and mosaics by Nathan Hill.

Observing that the plant world is much like the human world, embodying the duality of both opposition and contradiction, as well as balance and harmony, artists Sherry Tseng Hill and Nathan Hill investigate the nature of this duality in their works for this exhibition. Using mosaic tile, as well as paper, paint, and other materials, each artist explores the possibilities of realism versus abstraction, of the cells that make up the whole, and of the underlying mathematical patterns. The result is a revelation that There is Another Garden, one that can seem both beautiful and strange.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until March 5.

Archway Gallery presents "There Is Another Garden," featuring new paintings/mixed media by Sherry Tseng Hill and mosaics by Nathan Hill.

Observing that the plant world is much like the human world, embodying the duality of both opposition and contradiction, as well as balance and harmony, artists Sherry Tseng Hill and Nathan Hill investigate the nature of this duality in their works for this exhibition. Using mosaic tile, as well as paper, paint, and other materials, each artist explores the possibilities of realism versus abstraction, of the cells that make up the whole, and of the underlying mathematical patterns. The result is a revelation that There is Another Garden, one that can seem both beautiful and strange.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until March 5.

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WHERE

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

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