Photo courtesy of Ao5 Gallery

Rick Steinburg relies on his artist’s intuition to create artworks that combine a love of found objects and materials with a loose, spontaneous painting style. The process of assembling a wide variety of materials combined with a very direct style of using paint and other media allows the creative process to determine part or all of the outcome.

This is a closing reception for Steinburg's exhibit.

Ruth Keitz creates her work using discarded materials from the modern world, in the tradition of Duchamp’s "ready-made" found object style. She is most interested in the inherent physicality of these objects; their texture, shapes & color, as well as their relationship to our everyday experience.

Keitz's work will be on display from through December 22. 

Rick Steinburg relies on his artist’s intuition to create artworks that combine a love of found objects and materials with a loose, spontaneous painting style. The process of assembling a wide variety of materials combined with a very direct style of using paint and other media allows the creative process to determine part or all of the outcome.

This is a closing reception for Steinburg's exhibit.

Ruth Keitz creates her work using discarded materials from the modern world, in the tradition of Duchamp’s "ready-made" found object style. She is most interested in the inherent physicality of these objects; their texture, shapes & color, as well as their relationship to our everyday experience.

Keitz's work will be on display from through December 22.

Rick Steinburg relies on his artist’s intuition to create artworks that combine a love of found objects and materials with a loose, spontaneous painting style. The process of assembling a wide variety of materials combined with a very direct style of using paint and other media allows the creative process to determine part or all of the outcome.

This is a closing reception for Steinburg's exhibit.

Ruth Keitz creates her work using discarded materials from the modern world, in the tradition of Duchamp’s "ready-made" found object style. She is most interested in the inherent physicality of these objects; their texture, shapes & color, as well as their relationship to our everyday experience.

Keitz's work will be on display from through December 22.

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WHERE

Ao5 Gallery
3005 S. Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78704
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