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Hooks-Epstein Galleries presents "Asymmetry and Perimeter" and "obscurities" opening reception

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Hooks-Epstein Galleries will present John Mark Sager’s "Asymmetry and Perimeter," an exhibition of assemblage, and Christopher St. Leger’s "obscurities," an exhibition of watercolors. 

In "Asymmetry and Perimeter," Sager incorporates materials such as book shards, printer’s blocks, and various found objects into his assemblage. These fragments become building blocks to create a new structure, thereby changing how the piece is perceived.  

In "obscurities," St. Leger explores the subtle behaviors of watercolor within each of his paintings. He feels as though the medium itself is control-defying and lets go of the contrived notions of the heavy premeditation that goes into creating a work of art.  

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through February 18.

Hooks-Epstein Galleries will present John Mark Sager’s "Asymmetry and Perimeter," an exhibition of assemblage, and Christopher St. Leger’s "obscurities," an exhibition of watercolors.

In "Asymmetry and Perimeter," Sager incorporates materials such as book shards, printer’s blocks, and various found objects into his assemblage. These fragments become building blocks to create a new structure, thereby changing how the piece is perceived.

In "obscurities," St. Leger explores the subtle behaviors of watercolor within each of his paintings. He feels as though the medium itself is control-defying and lets go of the contrived notions of the heavy premeditation that goes into creating a work of art.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through February 18.

Hooks-Epstein Galleries will present John Mark Sager’s "Asymmetry and Perimeter," an exhibition of assemblage, and Christopher St. Leger’s "obscurities," an exhibition of watercolors.

In "Asymmetry and Perimeter," Sager incorporates materials such as book shards, printer’s blocks, and various found objects into his assemblage. These fragments become building blocks to create a new structure, thereby changing how the piece is perceived.

In "obscurities," St. Leger explores the subtle behaviors of watercolor within each of his paintings. He feels as though the medium itself is control-defying and lets go of the contrived notions of the heavy premeditation that goes into creating a work of art.

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through February 18.

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Hooks-Epstein Galleries
2631 Colquitt St.
Houston, TX 77098
http://www.hooksepsteingalleries.com/

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