You are cordially invited to join the conversation
with Gisa Elwazir
Saturday, February 25 at 3 pm
Decalcomania, gouache, ink on paper
35 1/2 x 48 inches, framed
(photograph by Michelle Elwazir)
You are cordially invited to the opening reception for Gisa Elwazir’s solo exhibition of new paintings titled,
DIPTYCH: A DIVIDED LAND (SCAPE)
Protecting the Land
Decalcomania, gouache, ink on paper, 35 1/2 x 48 inches, framed (photo by Michelle Elwazir).
Haley-Henman Gallery at Gallery 422, 422 Singleton Boulevard, Dallas 75212
Free parking at the corner of Singleton and Beeville. The reception is free and open to the public.
The exhibition will run until March 4, 2017. Gallery hours are Thursday, Friday, Saturday and by appointment, call 214-532-3225.
Merrilyn Duzy is an artist first and foremost; she is also a teacher, curator and art collector. Her MFA is from Otis Art Institute. Some of her noted lectures are “Walking Through History: Women Artists Past & Present”, “Symbols, Signs & Space: A Personal Journey” and “Sex in History: A Pictorial View”, which is her most recent lecture and encompasses 5000 years of erotic art. She has transformed many of these lectures into curatorial exhibitions.
Merrilyn Duzy Ada Ejikeme , oil on canvas
One of Lynn Bassler’s greatest pleasures is tending her garden. In the monotype series, “Layered Leaves” she explores leaf portraiture, using actual leaves as templates in the printing process. Among her first leaf subjects were the deeply lobed leaves on her Osborn Prolific fig tree which is featured below.
Lynn Bassler Layer Leaves, No. 6 monotype, 24 x 24 inches
Myra Gantman focuses on the light and dark of the human soul. She uses both mythic and real creatures in the search of the often unanswerable questions. She received her Master of Arts degree from California State University Northridge and was an instructor there, as well as at the Young Artist Workshops at Otis College of Art, Los Angeles, and the Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena.
Myra Gantman Metamorphosis #3