Photo courtesy of Link & Pin Gallery

J. C. Amorrortu, Lawrence Jolly, Meena Matocha, Rhea Pettit, Kristi Standley, and Linda Wandt may have different styles (from loose, alla prima to detailed realism), but all works tell a story. Amorrortu’s surreal figures, Jolly’s “real people,” Matocha’s haunting charcoal portraits, Pettit’s “bodyscapes,” Standley’s colorful portraits, and Wandt’s symbolic figures make for an exhibition of interesting, colorful, thought-provoking characters.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through August 18.

J. C. Amorrortu, Lawrence Jolly, Meena Matocha, Rhea Pettit, Kristi Standley, and Linda Wandt may have different styles (from loose, alla prima to detailed realism), but all works tell a story. Amorrortu’s surreal figures, Jolly’s “real people,” Matocha’s haunting charcoal portraits, Pettit’s “bodyscapes,” Standley’s colorful portraits, and Wandt’s symbolic figures make for an exhibition of interesting, colorful, thought-provoking characters.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through August 18.

J. C. Amorrortu, Lawrence Jolly, Meena Matocha, Rhea Pettit, Kristi Standley, and Linda Wandt may have different styles (from loose, alla prima to detailed realism), but all works tell a story. Amorrortu’s surreal figures, Jolly’s “real people,” Matocha’s haunting charcoal portraits, Pettit’s “bodyscapes,” Standley’s colorful portraits, and Wandt’s symbolic figures make for an exhibition of interesting, colorful, thought-provoking characters.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through August 18.

WHEN

WHERE

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

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