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MORE ABOUT VINCENT VAN GOGH

The artists and creators of Gallery Vincent van Gogh used thousands of small pieces of glass to create stunning mosaics that reflect the works of the great Vincent van Gogh.
As visitors approach each mosaic found throughout the property, a surprising "Wow" is heard. Many say that as their eyes are fixed on the sky-high of the gallery, they describe a feeling of wonder and greatness.  Its walls not only leave space for inspirational artists to expose their talent, but they are themselves works of art worth visiting.

GUEST ARTIST

Randall Reid

​Infused with a residue of the past, Randall Reid transforms salvaged steel and wood into an intimate and rectangular world.  A subtle colorist, Reid’s warm, burnished surfaces are cogently tactile – vestiges of memory and ancient artifact.  The artist possesses a virtuoso ability to amend the nature of the scavenged and found materials at hand by altering the appearance of metal to sometimes look like wood and wood taking on a diversity of other characteristics.  In this way, Reid re-contextualizes found objects to create his exquisitely crafted, formalistic abstractions.

In addition to Reid’s sculptural paintings, his studio practices and sources of inspiration (including the artist’s collection of metal and wood antique toys) are the subjects of this exhibition.  Graphic designer Michelle Hays has documented his process through photography and collaborated on Reid’s book, “Recontextualized: Ordered Layers,” recently published through a grant from Texas State University – San Marcos.
Reid was born in Fort Worth, Texas in 1956.  He has participated in over 300 exhibitions and is represented in the collections of Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts, Austin Museum of Fine Arts, Masur Museum of Fine Arts, and the College of William and Mary.

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J. LÓPEZ ART STUDIO- ART WORK

RANDALL REID- ART WORK

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