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"Reinventing Abstraction" to Debut at Royse Contemporary this October
By: Royse Contemporary
Abstract art is typically defined as attempting not to represent external reality, but instead seeking to achieve its effect by utilizing shapes, forms, colors, and textures. Encapsulating all of these elements and more this exhibition offers a striking selection of paintings, drawings, and mixed media works by 4 regional contemporary female artists, including Barbara Kemp Cowlin, Victoria James, Jessica Palomo, and Diane Sanborn.
Curator, Nicole Royse selected an enthralling group of artists that have an incredible energy along with originality, a distinctive voice, and accomplished work. Each artist creates alluring yet enigmatic work exploring the concepts of form, space, color and line while continuing to examine the relationship between abstraction and representation. Reinventing Abstraction aims to highlight each artist's engaging style, engrossing forms, dazzling color palettes, bold lines and unique textures.
Reinventing Abstraction showcases the work of "Reinventing Abstraction"
Royse Contemporary is located in the Marshall Square complex at 7077 E. Main Street, Suite 6, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 (located on the south side of Main Street just west of Marshall Way). Royse Contemporary's new fall hours are Tuesday/Friday 9:30-1:30pm, Thursday 7-10pm, Saturday 12-4pm, or by Appointment. For more information about Royse Contemporary or for mentioned artists please visit roysecontemporary.com. Please direct all media inquiries to owner, Nicole Royse Nicole@nicoleroyse.com or (602) 810-3449.
Owner/Curator, Nicole Royse
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