Photo by Bert L. Long, Jr.

Deborah Colton Gallery presents "The Strength is from Within," an exhibition featuring paintings, drawings, and sculptures by Bert L. Long, Jr. Long’s paintings and sculptures incorporate a high level of skill and sophisticated knowledge of art history, along with complex philosophical and social issues. Long describes the philosophy behind his work as "a quest to help people diagnose their inner self," believing his art to be "the vehicle to help facilitate the process."

The exhibition can be seen online through the gallery’s website. Questions or interest in specific artworks can be addressed by email, phone or “By Appointment” at Deborah Colton Gallery.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until November 20.

Deborah Colton Gallery presents "The Strength is from Within," an exhibition featuring paintings, drawings, and sculptures by Bert L. Long, Jr. Long’s paintings and sculptures incorporate a high level of skill and sophisticated knowledge of art history, along with complex philosophical and social issues. Long describes the philosophy behind his work as "a quest to help people diagnose their inner self," believing his art to be "the vehicle to help facilitate the process."

The exhibition can be seen online through the gallery’s website. Questions or interest in specific artworks can be addressed by email, phone or “By Appointment” at Deborah Colton Gallery.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until November 20.

Deborah Colton Gallery presents "The Strength is from Within," an exhibition featuring paintings, drawings, and sculptures by Bert L. Long, Jr. Long’s paintings and sculptures incorporate a high level of skill and sophisticated knowledge of art history, along with complex philosophical and social issues. Long describes the philosophy behind his work as "a quest to help people diagnose their inner self," believing his art to be "the vehicle to help facilitate the process."

The exhibition can be seen online through the gallery’s website. Questions or interest in specific artworks can be addressed by email, phone or “By Appointment” at Deborah Colton Gallery.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until November 20.

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WHERE

Deborah Colton Gallery
2445 North Blvd.
Houston, TX 77098
https://www.deborahcoltongallery.com/

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Admission is free.
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