The Bruno David Gallery Highlights Monochromatic and Political Art

    The Bruno David Gallery continues its 12th season with exhibits from James Austin Murray, Carmon Colangelo, Bunny Burson, and Laura Beard. In “Distant Stars,” Murray uses ivory black oil paint in an exploration of light and perception. Colangelo uses a technique that combines both structure and happenstance in his “Happy Planet” series of prints. Burson’s “Rise” uses cast paper, video, and snow globes filled with confetti from the 2016 presidential election to emphasize the consequences of elections. Beard translates the concept of “Acoustic Shadow” into a series of monochromatic paintings. The works will be on display at the Clayton location through June 1, 2018.

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