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10/01/2013


BIG MEDIUM GALLERY at BOLM

Transatlantic-Texas
Illustration, mark-making, and painting by 15 artists from Texas and 15 from Europe. Featuring techniques, narratives, and sensibilities that offer solutions to the encumbered existence of image-makers and appreciators alike.

Texas
Seth Alverson (Houston), Briar Bonifacio (Austin), Ryan Thayer Davis (Austin), Wayne Moon Dean (Bryan/College Station), Nathan Ellefson (Austin), Russell Etchen (Austin), Frederick Follmer (Austin), Peyton Freiman (Austin), Nathan Green (Dallas), Lane Hagood (Houston), Kai Peter Martin (Denton), Pat Snow (Austin), Keith Allyn Spencer (El Paso), Esther Pearl Watson (Dallas/Ft Worth) and Cherie Weaver (Austin)

Europe
Craig Atkinson (England), Sarah-Louise Barbett (France), Bloeme van Bon (Netherlands), Nicolas Burrows (England), Jay Cover (England), Félix Decombat (France), William Edmonds (England), Giada Ganassin (Italy), Chris Harnan (England), Geran Knol (Netherlands), Faye Coral Johnson (England), Jeffrey Kriksciun (Sweden), Paul Loubet (France), Mike Redmond (England) and Lars Rosenbohm (Germany)

Exhibition dates:           October 19 – November 24, 2013
Opening reception:       October 19, 2013, 7-10pm
Address:                       5305 Bolm Rd #12, Austin, TX 78721
Gallery hours:               Fri-Sat, 12-4pm and by appointment

ABOUT BIG MEDIUM
Big Medium is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and promoting contemporary art in Texas. Big Medium produces the East Austin Studio Tour, the West Austin Studio Tour, the Texas Biennial, and presents innovative exhibitions throughout the year. Big Medium provides affordable studio space to artists, and partners with various organizations in Texas to help foster the arts and facilitate an inclusive cultural dialogue between artists and their communities.

Further information is available at www.bigmedium.org or you can email press@bigmedium.org

Big Medium is supported by generous contributions from private donors and funded in part by the City of Austin through the Economic Growth & Redevelopment Services Office/Cultural Arts Division believing an investment in the Arts is an investment in Austin’s future.

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