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Lydia Street Gallery presents Jon Eric Narum: "Details of My Existence" opening reception

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Lydia Street Gallery presents Jon Eric Narum: "Details of My Existence, A Three Person/One Man Show."

Narum ("The Sky Guy"), JD Nerumski, & Hercules da Vinci would like your attention for a moment. Just don't expect to walk away understanding anything. Walk away in awe.

Narum is one of the ubiquitous, avid bicyclists in Austin, a UT grad, "The Sky Guy," so called for his unbelievably beautiful sky oil paintings. Much more inhabits this artist. I say inhabit with purpose. For JD Nerumski & Herc leave one head scratching. Are they alter egos? Multiple personalities? A lifetime artist joke?

Nerumski's colorful abstractions are perfectly balanced visions & da Vinci’s paper towels are, indeed, masterpieces. Oil paint on paper towels? Fret not. Jon attests that he has the first one Herc created twenty years ago that looks as good as it once did. I witnessed its glory, so I have no issue selling these beauties.

Whatever one makes of these tag-along artists, they seem to give the artist a path for a perfectly balanced life, on his own terms, & therefore, they are welcome any time.

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

Lydia Street Gallery presents Jon Eric Narum: "Details of My Existence, A Three Person/One Man Show."

Narum ("The Sky Guy"), JD Nerumski, & Hercules da Vinci would like your attention for a moment. Just don't expect to walk away understanding anything. Walk away in awe.

Narum is one of the ubiquitous, avid bicyclists in Austin, a UT grad, "The Sky Guy," so called for his unbelievably beautiful sky oil paintings. Much more inhabits this artist. I say inhabit with purpose. For JD Nerumski & Herc leave one head scratching. Are they alter egos? Multiple personalities? A lifetime artist joke?

Nerumski's colorful abstractions are perfectly balanced visions & da Vinci’s paper towels are, indeed, masterpieces. Oil paint on paper towels? Fret not. Jon attests that he has the first one Herc created twenty years ago that looks as good as it once did. I witnessed its glory, so I have no issue selling these beauties.

Whatever one makes of these tag-along artists, they seem to give the artist a path for a perfectly balanced life, on his own terms, & therefore, they are welcome any time.

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

WHEN

WHERE

Lydia Street Gallery
1200 E 11th St #109, Austin, TX 78702, USA
http://www.lydiastreetgallery.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.

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