Owen Contemporary Gallery is delighted to announce an exciting opening, showcasing the exceptional abstract works of three accomplished artists: Thomas Christopher Haag, Mary Long, and Lynn Sanders. This opening will offer art enthusiasts a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in a world of abstract expression. Each of these artists has distinct voices and innovative approaches. Haag, Long, and Sanders are challenging traditional notions of representation and offering fresh perspectives on the power of color, form, and texture.
Thomas Christopher Haag invites viewers to embark on a visual journey through his dynamic and evocative compositions. His vibrant, whimsical works fuse organic and geometric elements to tell intricate stories. Haag utilizes multiple materials including collage and paint to layer histories into each piece.
Mary Long’s mastery of the encaustic technique is evident in her ability to create striking contrasts and harmonious blends of color, resulting in dynamic compositions that stir the imagination. Her artwork has a distinct ability to evoke a sense of wonder and intrigue. Long meticulously crafts a range of emotions with each brushstroke and layer of wax, inviting viewers to delve into their own interpretations and personal narratives.
Lynn Sanders’ new collection comprises a series of stunning large-scale canvases that immerse viewers in a world of depth and complexity. Through layers of paint and unconventional techniques, Sanders creates a unique experience, asking observers to delve into the intricacies of her artistic vision. Each artwork draws inspiration from diverse sources such as personal experiences, nature’s wonders, and the human condition. Sanders seamlessly infuses her pieces with both tangible and ethereal elements that resonate on a profound level.