James Behan on Abstraction March 6th in Grand Prairie
The ASSOCIATION OF GRAND PRAIRIE ARTISTS’ meeting will begin at 6:30 pm on Monday, March 6th at the Grand Prairie Chamber of Commerce.
The presenter Monday is James Behan who always finds ways to give a lift to our creative inclinations.
James Behan’s current works are paintings that are non-objective reflections on currents such as water, air and time; as well as photographic images that focus on myth. He will present his new work and discuss processes related to both painting and photography. These works reflect “on the instability of being in the here-now, how life flows gently and terribly, a calm stream or turbulent river, without warning or regret. My art is the residue of processed desire.”
He lives and works in
, where he earned an MFA in painting from Southern Methodist University.
As a pupil to Bill Komodore, he is part of the artist lineage of Hans Hoffman and Mark Rothko. In addition to his studio practice, Behan is currently working as Professor of Art for
where he serves as the Art Faculty Coordinator and teaches painting, drawing and design. You can view his some of his work at “behanworks.com
AGPA meets the first Monday of each month at the Grand Prairie Chamber of Commerce, 900 Conover Street. Meetings are open to the public. Guests and visitors are welcome
at no charge.
Visit our website at www.gpartists.org
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