Photo courtesy of Dahlia Woods Gallery

Cogs, coat hangers, table legs, decorative iron, wheels, and every other conceivable bit and piece of vintage objects are joined together in Margaret Adi’s work to create sometimes humorous and whimsical figures, other times figures soaring with hope and majesty. Her pieces follow in a long and intellectually challenging tradition of American assemblage artists including Joseph Cornell, Betye Saar, Robert Rauschenberg, and Louise Nevelson. 

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through December 7.

Cogs, coat hangers, table legs, decorative iron, wheels, and every other conceivable bit and piece of vintage objects are joined together in Margaret Adi’s work to create sometimes humorous and whimsical figures, other times figures soaring with hope and majesty. Her pieces follow in a long and intellectually challenging tradition of American assemblage artists including Joseph Cornell, Betye Saar, Robert Rauschenberg, and Louise Nevelson.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through December 7.

Cogs, coat hangers, table legs, decorative iron, wheels, and every other conceivable bit and piece of vintage objects are joined together in Margaret Adi’s work to create sometimes humorous and whimsical figures, other times figures soaring with hope and majesty. Her pieces follow in a long and intellectually challenging tradition of American assemblage artists including Joseph Cornell, Betye Saar, Robert Rauschenberg, and Louise Nevelson.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through December 7.

WHEN

WHERE

Dahlia Woods Gallery
232 N. LBJ Dr.
San Marcos, TX 78666
http://www.dahliawoodsgallery.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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