Raymond Saa / Michelle O’Michael / Peter Burega
to 5 PM
1011 Dragon Street , Dallas, TX
Start date: Saturday, February 23, 2013
End Date: Saturday, March 30, 2013
Raymond Saa is currently working with collage, drawing and painting mediums. He incorporates two different types of drawing practices, charcoal on paper and collages; the latter being works on paper which are sewn together using a sewing machine. Saa is also doing two types of painting practices, the first being a more traditional approach of painting on canvas. The second is using painting to create installation based work where he is painting on individual panels of wood shingles. His charcoal drawings have become more detailed yet remain minimal in content.
Houstonian Michele O'Michael returns to Craighead Green with yet another amazing sculpture collection. These recognizable works have been placed throughout the world, including many in Texas and locally at Baylor Medical Center, Hall Financial Park, The Texas Sculpture Garden and, most recently, in the Henderson Avenue Sculpture Project.
Peter Burega’s newest body of oil paintings is titled, "The New Mexico Series". Burega is exploring his home environment finding detail and interest throughout in both nature and in the man-made construction of landscapes. These new paintings are grittier than the previous work. He is working the surface with less delicacy, scraping, sanding, adding and then removing the paint. The final image is almost always viewed as a landscape while remaining abstract and well balanced in color and content.
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