Date: Saturday-Saturday (9/9-10/14)
Time: Noon – 9 p.m.
Place: William Campbell Contemporary Art
4935 Byers Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Starting Saturday, Sept. 9, the William Campbell Contemporary Art Gallery will have Gravity and Light on display. The exhibition includes new two- and three-dimensional works by Jeff Kellar and will be on display through Oct. 14.
The gallery will host an opening night reception on FWADA’s Fall Gallery Night, Saturday, Sept. 9, from noon to 9 p.m.
The exhibition includes abstract paintings and sculptures from Kellar’s Reveal, Winter Drawings, and Glimpse 2 series.
According to a news release, “each collection of work examines the complexities of spatial relationships, focusing on the fundamental elements of object construction and the effects of external physical and visual forces on them,” the release reads. “All the wonder of the world finds shape in gravity and light.”
Kellar works with a mixture of resin, clay and pigment-materials he has described as “holding the memory of many things.”
“The work is about the senses and its physical attributes and the way I hope it makes you feel,” Kellar says.
Kellar holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania, has had exhibited work across the country for more than two decades, and has received various prizes and awards. His work has been featured in publications such as THE magazine, Sculpture magazine, the Boston Sunday Herald the Portland Phoenix and more.