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The Jung Center Gallery presents Dora Dillistone: "Earth, Wind and Fire: The Literal Landscape" opening reception

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Photo by Dora Dillistone

Beaumont-born artist Dora Dillistone has taken her art outside the studio, using the natural elements to create what she calls “literal landscapes.” Dillistone is not the creator of these paintings, but the coordinator – letting the dirt, rain, melted snow, and other elements of her home in Taos – create the art. These natural elements move the land in ways the hand cannot expect or duplicate. Spontaneous marks are left and in the process to not “make art,” art is made.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through May 30.

Beaumont-born artist Dora Dillistone has taken her art outside the studio, using the natural elements to create what she calls “literal landscapes.” Dillistone is not the creator of these paintings, but the coordinator – letting the dirt, rain, melted snow, and other elements of her home in Taos – create the art. These natural elements move the land in ways the hand cannot expect or duplicate. Spontaneous marks are left and in the process to not “make art,” art is made.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through May 30.

Beaumont-born artist Dora Dillistone has taken her art outside the studio, using the natural elements to create what she calls “literal landscapes.” Dillistone is not the creator of these paintings, but the coordinator – letting the dirt, rain, melted snow, and other elements of her home in Taos – create the art. These natural elements move the land in ways the hand cannot expect or duplicate. Spontaneous marks are left and in the process to not “make art,” art is made.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through May 30.

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The Jung Center
5200 Montrose Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
https://junghouston.org/

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Admission is free.
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