A Conclave of Color, Shapes & Patterns: Reception May 11 at TVAA Gallery

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A conclave is a gathering of “similar ideas or like-minded people”. The conclave of color, shapes, and patterns is the bringing together of similar elements. This will be shown by the repeating of shapes, colors, objects, patterns, items, etc. in an interesting combination to carry out an idea in a traditional representational, impressionistic or abstract manner.  Everything in the universe is connected in many ways so the composition should bring them into a cohesive unit that is pleasing to see.

Open to members and non-members of TVAA (Texas Visual Artists Association) with ribbons being awarded to Best of Show, 1st, 2nd 3rd place, and honorable mention.  Cash awards for Best in Show and 1st place!

Exhibit dates: May 4 – 31, 2019
Open to the Public: During Gallery business hours; Tuesday-Sat
Reception: Saturday, May 11th from 4-6pm.

TVAA Downtown Gallery Location. http://tvaa.org

Plaza of the Americas
700 N. Pearl Street,
Level LL Suite H106
Dallas, Texas 75201

CURATOR:  Charles Wallis is a graduate of the Baylor University fine art program.  After college he opened a graphic design studio beginning his career as an artist. His paintings reflect mastery of his craft and versatility in a variety of styles and media. He paints in a traditional realistic style, as well as impressionistic, abstract.

ARTISTS STATEMENT:  My art is an expression of my spirit to the spirit of others that connect with it. I seek to create a memory, a wish, a fantasy or moment of joy or peace in the soul of the viewer. I pursue ideas, color combinations or images that attract my attention and paint them as an impression; or abstraction and some paintings are just for the fun of presenting something in an unusual manner.