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Timeless: Randall Reid
February 24, 2023 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Nüart Gallery presents Timeless, a solo exhibition featuring new work by Randall Reid. The exhibition will run February 24th through March 12th, 2023, with an opening reception on Friday, February 24th, from 5–7 pm.
In Timeless, a captivating new exhibition by artist Randall Reid, Reid’s works capture the essence of time in a way that is both thought-provoking and visually stunning. Through his unique process of deconstruction, reconstruction, and repurposing, he transports us through the ages, creating individualized time capsules that distill the past and bring forth the future. Reid’s sculptures are constructed using materials that have their own histories, which he weaves into his works in a way that is both profound and poetic. The artist’s keen eye for detail and impeccable craftsmanship bring the past into the present in a way that is truly timeless. As you explore the exhibition, you’ll be struck by the way Reid’s works ignite the imagination and unlock memories, creating a bridge between what once was and the current.
Join us for an unforgettable journey through time and art, where the familiar becomes unfamiliar, and the past is reimagined for generations to come. Timeless is a celebration of the human experience and the ways in which we are connected through time and memory. Don’t miss this chance to explore the hidden meanings of Reid’s found materials, which are both preserved and forever transformed in his striking sculptural wall constructions.
Randall Reid was born in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1956. He has participated in over 300 exhibitions and is represented in numerous private and public collections, including The American Embassy, Kuwait, The Arkansas Art Center, The Austin Museum of Art, The Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts, The Masur Museum, and The Muscarelle Museum of Fine Arts (College of William and Mary). He currently resides in San Marcos, Texas, where he has been a Professor of Art and Design at Texas State University San Marcos for over three decades.