The Nerv Gallery will be presenting Abnormal Artbeats to celebrate the grand re-opening of their recently remodeled gallery space later this month. In addition to a solo art exhibit presented by Adu, this event will also include live music, food trucks and several live art workshops appropriate for all ages.
Adu's exhibit will feature mixed-media pieces, paintings, photography and film inspired by a range of influences including nature, his own heritage, and personal life experiences. A few of the workshops include:
3D Printing and Modeling: Explore cutting edge technology by posing for a 3D printed figurine. Facilitated by Taylor Ratliff.
Portrait Expressionism: Participants will learn to explore portrait expressionism (with emotion) using acrylic paint on canvas. Facilitated by Matthew Barnes.
Spin Art: This will be an interactive workshop where anyone will sit at the potter’s wheel and drop paint on a spinning sheet of paper powered by the potter’s wheel. Facilitated by Amy Marie Mahler.
Wearable Fiber Art: Transform consumer waste into fashion forward arm jewelry. Facilitated by Chesley Antoinette.
I don't know about anyone else, but this definitely sounds like my kind of art show. Be sure to mark your calendars!
Saturday June 28th, 5pm-8pm
Nerv Gallery & Studios
4819 Woodall St.
Dallas, TX 75247
While admission is free, donations of art supplies are encouraged and will be greatly appreciated. A portion of the profits of sold works will be donated to Nancy J. Cochran Elementary School in Dallas, TX in support of their arts program.
Visit http://nervstudios.org/eventsgallery for more info.