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Redbud Gallery presents Ryan Baptiste: “The Light Beyond The Blight” opening reception

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Photo courtesy of Ryan Baptiste

Redbud Gallery will present the works of Houston-based artist Ryan Baptiste in his exhibition, “The Light Beyond The Blight.” Baptiste is convinced that the figurative and abstract can both have a narrative. He has found a beautiful story hidden in both the decaying of the urban landscape and the people that inhabit that space. A story that reminds us that life is short and we need one another. Through his work, he is visually striving to prove that we as people share some of the same desires, hopes, and passions.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition will remain on view through June 30. Redbud has sanitized the gallery, will limit attendance, practice sensible distancing, and have masks on hand for their visitors.  The opening reception date is subject to change due to state requirements.

Redbud Gallery will present the works of Houston-based artist Ryan Baptiste in his exhibition, “The Light Beyond The Blight.” Baptiste is convinced that the figurative and abstract can both have a narrative. He has found a beautiful story hidden in both the decaying of the urban landscape and the people that inhabit that space. A story that reminds us that life is short and we need one another. Through his work, he is visually striving to prove that we as people share some of the same desires, hopes, and passions.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition will remain on view through June 30. Redbud has sanitized the gallery, will limit attendance, practice sensible distancing, and have masks on hand for their visitors. The opening reception date is subject to change due to state requirements.

Redbud Gallery will present the works of Houston-based artist Ryan Baptiste in his exhibition, “The Light Beyond The Blight.” Baptiste is convinced that the figurative and abstract can both have a narrative. He has found a beautiful story hidden in both the decaying of the urban landscape and the people that inhabit that space. A story that reminds us that life is short and we need one another. Through his work, he is visually striving to prove that we as people share some of the same desires, hopes, and passions.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition will remain on view through June 30. Redbud has sanitized the gallery, will limit attendance, practice sensible distancing, and have masks on hand for their visitors. The opening reception date is subject to change due to state requirements.

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WHERE

Redbud Gallery
303 E. 11th St.
Houston, TX 77008
https://www.redbudgallery.com/

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Admission is free.
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