Gallery Report - May 12, 2017
If you haven't noticed the choir of angels hanging around the square, Andy's basement is open again. We recommend walking through the side entrance where you can be treated to wall art painted by Travis Sykes. He also has a huge mural in Andy's Bar that's a different version of one currently up on LSA's rooftop.
Anyway, here's where else you can check out local art.
Patterson-Appleton Arts Center
400 E. Hickory St.
Composite of the Soul ft. Justin Archer, Erik Beruvides, and Dan Black
Three local artists teamed up to present a three-dimensional installation utilizing wood sculptures, large-scale murals, and audio/video elements. Composite of the Soft provokes thought on building toward a better future without forgetting the past. The Dentonite recently stopped by to capture a photo essay on the exhibit. Walk through the Festival Hall until May for a free viewing.
420 S. Bell Ave.
Scrap's gallery currently features works by Denton ISD's ATC commercial photography students. The featured art pieces available for sale are assemblages using re-purposed photo slides found in the Scrap store. Works are available for purchase and to immediately be taken home.
UNT on the Square
109 Elm St.
Homeless in a Day: A Snapshot of Homelessness in Denton County
Friday, May 12, the Denton Homeless County Coalition will present an exhibition with the goal of educating the community on the nature of homelessness. This is art with a purpose. Reception is from 5:30 to 7:00.