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Laura Rathe Fine Art presents Tony Magar: "Cosmic Scale" opening reception

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Photo by Tony Magar

Laura Rathe Fine Art will present "Cosmic Scale," a solo exhibition by second generation abstract expressionist Tony Magar. Still painting at the age of 80, Magar is one of the last surviving artists belonging to this most important, quintessentially American art movement.

"Cosmic Scale" is the culmination of a long career and over half century of the inseparable link of the artist's work to music. This show is in part dedicated to and inspired by the great musician, John Coltrane, and his cosmic scale. Magar’s great respect for musicians has been a significant influence for his painting through the decades.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 9.

Laura Rathe Fine Art will present "Cosmic Scale," a solo exhibition by second generation abstract expressionist Tony Magar. Still painting at the age of 80, Magar is one of the last surviving artists belonging to this most important, quintessentially American art movement.

"Cosmic Scale" is the culmination of a long career and over half century of the inseparable link of the artist's work to music. This show is in part dedicated to and inspired by the great musician, John Coltrane, and his cosmic scale. Magar’s great respect for musicians has been a significant influence for his painting through the decades.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 9.

Laura Rathe Fine Art will present "Cosmic Scale," a solo exhibition by second generation abstract expressionist Tony Magar. Still painting at the age of 80, Magar is one of the last surviving artists belonging to this most important, quintessentially American art movement.

"Cosmic Scale" is the culmination of a long career and over half century of the inseparable link of the artist's work to music. This show is in part dedicated to and inspired by the great musician, John Coltrane, and his cosmic scale. Magar’s great respect for musicians has been a significant influence for his painting through the decades.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 9.

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WHERE

Laura Rathe Fine Art
4444 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77027
https://www.laurarathe.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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