February 8 - April 3, 2020
A self-taught artist of four years. His work often takes the viewer across fragmented thoughts on philosophy and culture to calm mountainous scenes. The paintings document his experience of the past years in vivid colors using mixed media and abstract means to create a timeline or roadmaps. Sometimes an entire thought or experience is captured in the process of unwinding.
Lum Newburn IV is a local artist born and raised in East Texas. He attended Tyler Junior college and studied photography with an emphasis on B&W shooting, darkroom work, and later color. He completed both the photography and graphic arts programs while there along with many other art-related classes. He continued his studies at the University of Texas. Experimenting early on with adding digital techniques to his work with the use of digital negatives, editing, and printing.
Kenneth grew up in Midland, Tx, currently working and living in Tyler, Tx. His work shares a deep affection to untouched nature and everyday surroundings. His paintings are based on his personal journey and research of both classical and abstracted compositions.
Complimentary refreshments will be served during the evening.
Organized by AASH (Arcadia Art SHow) and Dace Kidd
The show will be on view until April 3, 2020.
Opening: February 8, 2020 | 6–8 pm
121 N. Spring St.
Tyler , 75702 TexasGet directions