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Telluride Arts: Parallax, Exhibit by William Eckert
For Immediate Release
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Telluride Arts Presents:
Parallax | Exhibit by William Eckert
at Telluride Arts’ Gallery 81435 | 230 South Fir Street in Telluride
Open 12-6pm Daily through September
William Eckert: 970-728-3621
Parallax: a displacement or difference in the apparent position of an object viewed along two different lines of sight.
In the current exhibit at Gallery 81435 that runs through September, Telluride artist William Eckert explores the concept of perspective through a series of bold, large-scale, abstract paintings. Using latex paint and oil stick on canvas, in four by four and five by five feet format, the artist has moved soundly into an abstract mode.
William began producing artwork at the advent of WW Iraq, most of which was political statement in various forms of metals, steel and copper foil. The current exhibit represents a shift away from the political to a commentary on the place of icons within American culture.
Join Telluride Arts for an opening reception with the artist during Telluride Art Walk on Thursday, September 5, from 5-8pm. The exhibit runs through September, and regular Gallery hours are 12-6pm.
Visit www.telluridearts.org for more information.
Telluride Arts is Telluride’s Community Arts Organization—supporting the arts and artists since 1971. For more information please find us 970.728.3930, Telluride Arts.org, or on Facebook, Twitter or at the Telluride Arts Offices located in the Stronghouse at 283 South Fir Street in Telluride.
Kate Jones, Executive Director