Photo courtesy of Laura Sturtz

Link & Pin Gallery presents "Linear Variations," a solo exhibition featuring works by Laura Sturtz. 

Line is the most utilized basic element of art.  In her sculptural exhibition, Sturtz employs line in its many aspects. Line is most frequently associated with drawing, but in both her wood and metal sculptures, line is used to describe and define form and space, express movement, direction, reveal depth, and create surface pattern and texture. Her wire shadow sculptures amplify the lines in these reliefs and are designed to create both volume and visual confusion. Sturtz utilizes a color palette for her sculptures that ranges from black or monochromatic to subtle colors that sometimes extends into the realm of bold bright seemingly random colors.

Masks are required. Guests can rotate in and out of the gallery at the entrance to allow for social distancing while viewing the art works.

Link & Pin Gallery presents "Linear Variations," a solo exhibition featuring works by Laura Sturtz.

Line is the most utilized basic element of art. In her sculptural exhibition, Sturtz employs line in its many aspects. Line is most frequently associated with drawing, but in both her wood and metal sculptures, line is used to describe and define form and space, express movement, direction, reveal depth, and create surface pattern and texture. Her wire shadow sculptures amplify the lines in these reliefs and are designed to create both volume and visual confusion. Sturtz utilizes a color palette for her sculptures that ranges from black or monochromatic to subtle colors that sometimes extends into the realm of bold bright seemingly random colors.

Masks are required. Guests can rotate in and out of the gallery at the entrance to allow for social distancing while viewing the art works.

Link & Pin Gallery presents "Linear Variations," a solo exhibition featuring works by Laura Sturtz.

Line is the most utilized basic element of art. In her sculptural exhibition, Sturtz employs line in its many aspects. Line is most frequently associated with drawing, but in both her wood and metal sculptures, line is used to describe and define form and space, express movement, direction, reveal depth, and create surface pattern and texture. Her wire shadow sculptures amplify the lines in these reliefs and are designed to create both volume and visual confusion. Sturtz utilizes a color palette for her sculptures that ranges from black or monochromatic to subtle colors that sometimes extends into the realm of bold bright seemingly random colors.

Masks are required. Guests can rotate in and out of the gallery at the entrance to allow for social distancing while viewing the art works.

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WHERE

Link & Pin Gallery
2235 E. 6th St.
#102
Austin, TX 78702
https://linkpinart.com/

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