The COVE: Donaldson’s Resins, Garland and Royer under East Asian Influences

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Bradley Donaldson: Exploration of Resin Art

Friday 8/24 – 6 PM to 9PM
Saturday 8/25 – 3 PM to 9 PM

Bradley works with epoxy resins, a honey like clear polymer liquid mixed with all types of paint. Balancing chaos with control, Bradley creates abstract paintings and art furniture without fear of this challenging medium. He explores color, texture, and abstract subjects through a mastery of techniques that he’s developed over the years. On view will be a variety of his paintings highlighting his resin art journey as well as the debut of his new “River” table series.


Above, Kathy Garland hand-printed collograph. Below, a segment from Annie Royer’s Garden Handscroll created with Plutonium (TM).

Intercultural Juxtapositions

Friday, Aug. 317 – 9 pm, with Live Music by Josiah Leeper
Saturday, Sept. 13 – 9 pm, Discussion on Collaboration at 7:30 pm
Sunday, Sept. 25:30 – 7:30 pm, Poetry Reading from 6 – 7 pm

Chinese mountains and streams, Japanese handscrolls, and the expressive alliance of painting and poetry are just a few of the aesthetic traditions that inform this collection of writings, photographs and paintings by Kathy Garland and Anne Royer.  During this weekend celebration of word and image, join the artists for poetry, music and artistic collaboration.

402 N. Tennessee St.
McKinney, TX 75069

August 24-25:  Bradley Donaldson:  Exploration of Resin Art
August 31-September 2:  Kathy Garland and Annie Royer:  Intercultural Juxtapositions