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Lydia Street Gallery will present a new exhibition titled "The Maximalists," featuring artists Brooke MacKenzie and Jennifer Prichard.

The works of ceramicist Prichard and painter MacKenzie are both devoted to excess. For Prichard, this means intricate thousand-piece sculptures and clay slabs that maximize color in all its richness and depth. For MacKenzie, it means otherworldly canvases that teem with pattern, color, and energy. By juxtaposing the work of these very different artists, "The Maximalists" examines the role played by an artist's sensibility, whatever the medium they choose, in understanding their work.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until December 23.

Lydia Street Gallery will present a new exhibition titled "The Maximalists," featuring artists Brooke MacKenzie and Jennifer Prichard.

The works of ceramicist Prichard and painter MacKenzie are both devoted to excess. For Prichard, this means intricate thousand-piece sculptures and clay slabs that maximize color in all its richness and depth. For MacKenzie, it means otherworldly canvases that teem with pattern, color, and energy. By juxtaposing the work of these very different artists, "The Maximalists" examines the role played by an artist's sensibility, whatever the medium they choose, in understanding their work.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until December 23.

Lydia Street Gallery will present a new exhibition titled "The Maximalists," featuring artists Brooke MacKenzie and Jennifer Prichard.

The works of ceramicist Prichard and painter MacKenzie are both devoted to excess. For Prichard, this means intricate thousand-piece sculptures and clay slabs that maximize color in all its richness and depth. For MacKenzie, it means otherworldly canvases that teem with pattern, color, and energy. By juxtaposing the work of these very different artists, "The Maximalists" examines the role played by an artist's sensibility, whatever the medium they choose, in understanding their work.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until December 23.

WHEN

WHERE

Lydia Street Gallery
1200 E. 11th St.
Suite 109
Austin, TX 78702
https://www.lydiastreetgallery.com/

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