Friday, July 20, 2012

Saturday opening: Robert Bean, Jill Storthz

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Beans Tire tracks, hot Coke and Tuesday Morning
  • Bean's "Tire Tracks, hot Coke and Tuesday Morning"

Gallery 26 is the place for art lovers to be tomorrow night when it opens an exhibit of drawings by Robert Bean and woodblock prints by Jill Storthz (Little Rock native gone Californian). A reception with live music is set for 7 to 10 p.m.

Bean, who describes himself as a narrative artist, is calling his collection of drawings "Fragile Moments." Storthz's linear abstract works read both as geometrical design and landscape. Their work will be up until Sept. 8.

Storthz Pyramid
  • Storthz' "Pyramid"

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