Robischon Gallery featuring John Mc Enroe

January 17 through March 2, 2013

“Object | Nature

Featuring Concurrent Solo Exhibitions:

John McEnroe “Half-Life”

Karen Kitchel “Walking through the Fire”

William Lamson “Action for the Paiva”

and Tyler Beard “Otherscapes”


William Lamson Action for the Paiva video still

 Robischon Gallery is pleased to present four, concurrent solo exhibitions where each individual artist considers the long view of our cultural identity from the vantage point of the natural world. Including: a John McEnroe sculptural installation, Karen Kitchel paintings, William Lamson videos and Tyler Beard collages along with video constructions by David Zimmer and Kim Dickey ceramics.

Also featuring: Recent work by David Zimmer and Kim Dickey

January 17 through March 2, 2013

Opening Reception for the artists: Thursday, January 17, 6 – 8 pm



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