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Photo by Francesca Fuchs

"Something" by Francesca Fuchs features a series of recent paintings of child-made objects from the artist’s family that have become treasured keepsakes. The paintings continue Fuchs's fascination with concepts of worth and value as they relate to themes of memory and home.

"Journey to the Brightest Star" by George Smith focuses on work made by the artist during the past four decades and features drawing, sculpture and printmaking. The works in the exhibition reflects Smith’s lifelong fascination with synthesizing three fundamental sources; the sense of scale and the intuitive look of Abstract Expressionism; the flat-faced industrial geometry of Minimal Art; and the expressive symbols and geometry inspired by the Dogon peoples of West Africa.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display until November 3.

"Something" by Francesca Fuchs features a series of recent paintings of child-made objects from the artist’s family that have become treasured keepsakes. The paintings continue Fuchs's fascination with concepts of worth and value as they relate to themes of memory and home.

"Journey to the Brightest Star" by George Smith focuses on work made by the artist during the past four decades and features drawing, sculpture and printmaking. The works in the exhibition reflects Smith’s lifelong fascination with synthesizing three fundamental sources; the sense of scale and the intuitive look of Abstract Expressionism; the flat-faced industrial geometry of Minimal Art; and the expressive symbols and geometry inspired by the Dogon peoples of West Africa.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display until November 3.

"Something" by Francesca Fuchs features a series of recent paintings of child-made objects from the artist’s family that have become treasured keepsakes. The paintings continue Fuchs's fascination with concepts of worth and value as they relate to themes of memory and home.

"Journey to the Brightest Star" by George Smith focuses on work made by the artist during the past four decades and features drawing, sculpture and printmaking. The works in the exhibition reflects Smith’s lifelong fascination with synthesizing three fundamental sources; the sense of scale and the intuitive look of Abstract Expressionism; the flat-faced industrial geometry of Minimal Art; and the expressive symbols and geometry inspired by the Dogon peoples of West Africa.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display until November 3.

WHEN

WHERE

Art League Houston
1953 Montrose Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
http://artleaguehouston.org/

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Admission is free.
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