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Sat, May 27 '17
Reception
6:00pm-8:00pm
Albuquerque NM
505-766-9888
Repurpose/Revision/Reconstruction • What The Color Blue Sounds Like
Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present Repurpose/Revision/Reconstruction, a selection of works by Albuquerque sculptor/architect Bruce Warren Davis and multi-disciplinary artist and professor at the University of New Mexico Mary Tsiongas. Davis constructs three-dimensional artifacts that explore space and material. Tsiongas projects landscape paintings onto found architectural models to create mesmerizing photographs. In the Project Room the gallery presents What The Color Blue Sounds Like, a sculptural installation made from wood, metal, and paint by Mick Burson.
Richard Levy Gallery
514 Central Avenue SW
levygallery.com/current/index.html
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Fri, Apr 7 '17
Exhibition
11:00am-4:00pm
Thru May 19 '17
Albuquerque NM
505-766-9888
I Used To Be A Rainbow
Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present I Used To Be A Rainbow, an exhibition of paintings by Earl McBride. McBride’s abstract works are rooted in storytelling. By using various mark-making tools he presents an exploration of identity and transformation.
Richard Levy Gallery
514 Central Avenue SW
www.levygallery.com
Fri, Apr 7 '17
Exhibition
Thru May 19 '17
Albuquerque NM
505-766-9888
Earl McBride: I Used To Be a Rainbow
Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present I Used To Be A Rainbow, an exhibition of paintings by Earl McBride. McBride’s abstract works are rooted in storytelling. By using various mark-making tools he presents an exploration of identity and transformation. Growing up in the South in white, black, and gay culture, McBride cites white cotton, black tar, Sunday whites, gospel music, the Runaways, Boy George, rainbow stickers, and disco balls as his early inspiration. His childhood art hero was Don Martin, a cartoonist for Mad Magazine. He learned to draw by studying Mad, Cracked Magazine, and illustrations from the Bible. Interested in contradictions and the poetry of the human condition, McBride uses paint to describe dualities like ugly and beautiful, viscous and dry, oily and flat, thick and smooth, observer and participant, comedy and pathos, male and female, and negative and positive space.
Richard Levy Gallery
514 Central Avenue SW
www.levygallery.com
Tue, May 30 '17
Exhibition
11:00am-4:00pm
Thru Jul 21 '17
Albuquerque NM
505-766-9888
Repurpose/Revision/Reconstruction • What The Color Blue Sounds Like
Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present Repurpose/Revision/Reconstruction, a selection of works by Albuquerque sculptor/architect Bruce Warren Davis and multi-disciplinary artist and professor at the University of New Mexico Mary Tsiongas. Davis constructs three-dimensional artifacts that explore space and material. Tsiongas projects landscape paintings onto found architectural models to create mesmerizing photographs. In the Project Room the gallery presents What The Color Blue Sounds Like, a sculptural installation made from wood, metal, and paint by Mick Burson. Gallery Reception: Saturday, May 27, 6–8 pm
Richard Levy Gallery
514 Central Avenue SW
levygallery.com/current/index.html

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