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When:
April 26, 2019 @ 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
2019-04-26T18:00:00-05:00
2019-04-26T20:00:00-05:00
Where:
Third Floor West Gallery
Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment
2211 Seminole Dr. SW
Huntsville AL
35805
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Robert Daniel
256-533-0399

This exhibition round includes works by Tiril which will be on view in the Third Floor West Gallery from April 24 – June 15 2019. Lowe Mill A&E invites patrons and art lovers to join us for Art After Hours, an opening reception night for all six of our gallery spaces. This series gives the public a chance to meet and interact with visiting artists and discuss their work with them as it is on display and available for purchase. Come out, enjoy a pleasant evening and maybe you’ll find that special piece of art that speaks to you!

From the artist:

I am an intuitive painter. I approach each canvas with a feeling of excitement, wonder, and a sense of adventure, free of any preconceived ideas or sketches. The concept will manifest itself as the painting evolves. Each painting to me, is a record of an extraordinary moment of existence, a confirmation in the reality of the journey of the spirit. Always cognizant of the tenuous balance necessary for the painting’s evolution, I yield to a greater force. It is within this state of thoughtless awareness I find I am able to connect on a level that I cannot verbalize. I believe that through the language of art, and the employment of color we are able to communicate on the highest vibrational  level.

About the artist:

Tiril was born in London and now resides in Huntsville, Alabama. Primarily self taught, she was called to paint after the death of her mother in 2001. She has had solo and group exhibitions in the US, Europe, and Asia. Her works are part of many international and national private collections. Tiril’s most obvious spiritual predecessors are the Abstract Expressionists. However, Tiril identifies as an intuitive painter. Her work is not declarative of herself; it is a lively and wholly committed exploration of the communicative possibilities of paint as a medium.

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