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Last call to see Robyn Horn show at Butler Center Galleries

Posted By on Thu, Apr 23, 2015 at 3:14 PM

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Robyn Horn's
paintings and sculpture in “Reflections on Line and Mass" at the Butler Center Galleries in the Arkansas Studies Institute are an example of the work of one of the finest artists working in Arkansas today (and yesterday and tomorrow). If you have seen the show, head down to the River Market district, because tomorrow is its last day.

The sculpture above is just one of several wood pieces in the show; the piece below is a combination of painted steel and wood. Horn's work is architecturally astute, careful and utterly original. (The photographs are mine, rather than professional, but you get the idea.)

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