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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Miami to Little Rock: Artists of Spectrum at Boswell Mourot

Posted By on Wed, Jan 18, 2017 at 4:49 PM

Art Basel’s art fairs in Basel, Switzerland; Hong Kong and Miami Beach draw hundreds of gallery owners and are the most prestigious of such fairs. Boswell Mourot Fine Art, located here and in Miami, no doubt attracted some pretty powerful players in the art world when it took part in the Spectrum Art Fair of Art Basel Art Week in Miami the first week of December.

Now, Boswell Mourot is exhibiting works by the Arkansas artists of Spectrum: Anais Dasse, whose work “Kids Are Terrible People, Too” was featured in the 2016 Delta Exhibition; Delita Martin, who has decamped to Texas but is widely admired in Arkansas for her monumental lithographs; Jeff Horton, a Little Rock architect and painter; Dennis McCann, whose hard-edge pastels have appeared in more Delta exhibitions than you can count on both hands; Keith Runkle, painter of fabulist allegories; and Kyle Boswell, who when not running the gallery is a glass artist who combines textiles with his vessels. The gallery is at 5815 Kavanaugh Blvd.

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