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Peter Burega   Orna Feinstein   Kendall Stallings
April 4 - May 9, 2015
Opening Reception, Saturday, April 4th, 5:00 – 8:00 PM
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    Pease join us for the opening reception Saturday, April 4th, 5:00 – 8:00 PM  
       
   

Peter Burega

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    Peter Burega    "Red Rock No. 1"   62" x 52"    oil on panel (detail)
 
     
    Peter Burega’s paintings give vision to a birthing cosmos or an expanding galaxy. Working with color and light, he creates a magical universe that is both mysterious and distant and yet compelling and accessible. Peter Burega's medium of oil, wax and glazes adds to the illusion of depth and luminosity that pulses across surfaces of Masonite or heavy paper as if you were viewing raw energy itself. Working on birch panels, Burega paints with oil and finishes with layers of semi-transparent glazing. Burega was trained as a concert pianist, earned a BA in art history and sociology from McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, and a JD in law from Whittier College, Los Angeles, CA. The artist currently lives and works in Santa Fe, NM.  
   
 
   

Orna Feinstein

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    Orna Feinstein    "Rings Series #399"    30" x 22"     mixed media monoprint (detail)  
     
    Houston print maker Orna Feinstein is inspired and fascinated by the interior geometry of the organic, the concentric patterns of tree rings or the cellular structure of a plant when observed under a microscope. The continuous investigation of the printing processes using oil inks on various surfaces, led the artist to printing on non-traditional surfaces such as fabric, and Plexiglas. In Feinstein’s latest body of work she began the new Seeds and Seductions Series. In this series she combines printmaking with hand coloring. Feinstein also revisits the Rings Series, which began in 1999 and this year the monoprint are larger and bolder in colors. A fascinating work emerges where the eye-deceiving forms and patterns, both monochromatic and brilliantly hued, create a new reality where the external and the internal, the organic and the geometric, become one in a balanced yet playful composition. In 2014 Feinstein’s works begin travelling in a retrospective exhibition "Now and Zen - Fifteen Years of Contemporary Printmaking ". The exhibition will travel to several Museums in Texas from fall 2014 until spring 2016, including a stop at Dallas’ MADI Museum that runs April 17-July 5, 2015.  
   
 
   

Kendall Stallings

 
       
       
     
    Kendall Stallings    "Migration"    48" x 36"   acrylic on canvas (detail)  
     
    Born in Little Rock, AR, Kendall Stallings began art instruction in 1965 at the age of 11 and continued with his interest in drawing and painting into college. He graduated in 1980 with a B.A. from the University of Arkansas where he focused on photography and printmaking. After moving to Dallas, Kendall developed his style as a fine arts painter. Within the contexts of still life, the figure, and landscape, his body of work is based on what draws his attention while observing subjects for a painting. Stated by Stallings “Unlike a camera, our eyes take in countless images which are re-formed in the brain to give a seamless mental picture. Representing these countless images is impossible. Therefore I re-assemble sketches and multiple photographic images to visually glean what I require for a painting. This is my method of editing”. Stallings paintings reference our increasingly limited exposure with nature. They are symbolic of experiences with nature through the frames of windows, monitors, screens, photographs or the frame of a painter’s canvas.  
    Please join us for an opening reception on Saturday, Saturday, April 4th,
5 – 8 PM. For further information or additional images contact Scot Presley or Kenneth Craighead at: 214.855.0779 or email
 
       
 
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