about the event
June 1, 6-8pm
Patterson-Appleton Arts Center, Free
Join us for a pop-up exhibition with the artists of the Denton Gallery! The night will include a pop-up exhibition and artist talks. Each night will feature a different selection of artists. Presented in partnership with the Denton Gallery.
Q&A with featured artist:
John Bramblitt is an artist living in Denton Texas, his art has been sold in over thirty countries and he has appeared internationally in print, TV and radio. He has appeared on CBS Evening News with Katie Couric, ABC, NBC, FOX, Discovery Channel and BBC Radio and TV to name a few outlets, and he's been featured in The New York Times and Psychology Today as well as designed the artwork for numerous magazine covers and even the artwork for major film productions. He's the subject of the award winning documentary shorts "Line of Sight' and “Bramblitt.” His work has received much recognition including the ‘Most Inspirational Video of 2008′ from YouTube and three Presidential Service Awards for his innovative art workshops. And John is blind.
Pop-Up with featured artists:
Hailey Glass is an illustrator & mixed media artist living in downtown Denton, Tx. Her work is heavily nature inspired and juxtaposes bold color & line work with the free flowing edges of the natural world. Drawn to the details that some don't see, she takes pride in the slow meditative pace in which she works, curving every line with tact & layering colors with fun thoughtfulness. She has a focus on design and showcasing imaginative versions of the world she, and all of us experience. To contact, commission or collaborate email firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Haris Feratovic. I'm a partially colorblind artist born and raised in Coppell Texas. At times I check the labels on my paints, or don't, and just see what happens. Each subject is completely random, it can be me testing myself with something like a tiger, or it can be raw emotion pushed onto a canvas by my fingers. I use oil paint with my fingers, brushes, and palette knives. Each piece is a challenge since I have never taken an art class. I started a year ago, and don't plan on stopping anytime soon. I'm a graduate of UNT with a psychology degree pursuing physical therapy, althought at the moment I work and try to experience life as much as possible.