October 24 - November 25, 2020
A solo exhibition featuring work by Laurel Daniel.
From the gallery:
“Laurel Daniel’s new body of work focuses on well-known surroundings… big skies, colorful Hill Country landscapes, and bountiful florals. The collection includes both smaller plein air paintings finished on location, and larger pieces completed in the studio. With practiced hand and a loaded brush, Daniel approaches each subject matter with great reverence. Her energetic, painterly mark-making reveals evidence of an ongoing search to capture the essence of our physical world.
Throughout her twenty years as an oil painter, Daniel has often returned to nature’s familiar rhythms and forms for inspiration. She notes that they are steady constants in our ever changing human experience. Vast heavens speak of a higher power. The return of spring awakens new life. The intricacy of design dispels chaos. Nature’s offerings give cause for hope, delivery from the unknown, and much needed respite in uncertain times. Daniel’s work reminds us to recognize these gifts and encourages us to keep searching.”
Reception: October 24, 2020 | 4–8 pm
By appointment only between 4pm-8pm in 30 minute increments of no more than ten people at a time.
837 W. 12th Street
Austin, 78701 TX
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