Barry Whistler Gallery presents Sam Gummelt: "Palo Pinto" opening reception

Barry Whistler Gallery presents Sam Gummelt: Palo Pinto
Photo courtesy of Sam Gummelt

Since the 1970s, Texas native Sam Gummelt has a reputation as one of Texas’ leading non-objective abstract artists. He is a rightful successor of the first and second generation of non-objective Texas artists such as Toni Laselle and Joseph Glasco.

Gummelt’s work most often draws inspiration from architecture, using his own photographs as preparatory studies for his mixed media paintings. In the 1990s, the artist Sean Scully would take a similar approach although Gummelt’s work remains more architectonic than Scully’s. One could construe that Gummelt meeting renown Texas architect Frank Welch in 1975 resulted in a continued use of architectural references but more importantly led to a lifelong friendship of investigative seeing and sharing.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through July 27.

Event Details

When

6.1.19 | 6:00 pm

Where

Barry Whistler Gallery
315 Cole St. #120
Dallas, TX 75207

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Admission is free.