Monday, August 3, 2020

Big and Abstract is on View at Norwest Gallery

Art by Jamar Lockhart Part of Big and Abstract Exhibition

The dictionary defines abstract as existing in thought or as an idea, but not having a physical or concrete existence. Artists take an idea and make it exist, abstractly. Norwest Gallery is celebrating Detroit's abstract artists in a new exhibit called Big and Abstract. This show features the work of Sarah Blanchette, Mike Ross, Donn Angel Perez, Robert Piatek, Doug Cannell, Alexander Daniels Escobar, Olivia Guterson, Jamar Lockhart, Najam Ma'at, Marie Schaedig, Dawn Stringer, Marshall Sass, Asia Hamilton, and Todd Stovall.

The show will be on display all of August. You can visit the gallery on Saturdays from 12-6 p.m.
and on Sundays from 12-4 p.m. without an appointment. They only allow 10 people in the gallery at the time and all visitors are required to wear a mask, so you don't have to worry about keeping distance between yourself and others while you view the art. To learn more about this show and Norwest Gallery click here.


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