Ray Daniel: Twelve Ordinary Men
April 24 - July 12, 2009
500 Main Street, Beaumont, TX 77701
"Twelve Ordinary Men is comprised of twelve square abstract paintings. Each one
presents one of the colors from the classic color-wheel and is named after one of the twelve apostles in the Bible. This exhibition also includes two large-scale color studies that represent the descension and ascension of Christ for the artist. Daniel uses color, surface, and non-objectivity in his art to explore issues of the sublime and Christianity." Daniel, who we love, served as curator of exhibitions and collections at AMSET from 2001
to 2008. He is currently an adjunct professor of art at the University of North Texas, Denton. AMSET is also presenting solo shows by Charlotte Cosgrove and Jeff Jennings.