''Tre Impasto: Hans de Bruijn, Justin Garcia and Tomas Glass''
Wade Wilson Gallery's latest exhibition is all about the paint. In ''Tre Impasto: Hans de Bruijn, Justin Garcia and Tomas Glass,'' the Montrose gallery brings together three longtime artists who have unique painting techniques. ''We chose these artists because of the dynamic conversation between them, not necessarily for similarities,'' Wade Wilson Associate Curator Mark Hougham tells us. ''It'll create something symphonic.'
The show features recent works from each artist. De Bruijn, who hails from the Netherlands, is known for his large, dramatic paintings that emulate great landscapists like Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and William Turner. Houston native Garcia has been painting since he was a 'tween, over time developing a signature style that combines oils, acrylics and compound texture on canvas. Glass, also a Houston native, likes to go back to basics; painting and drawing are the cornerstones of his compositions.
Tuesdays-Saturdays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Starts: Feb. 8. Continues through March 16, 2013
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