Jun 05 2020
‘Urban Relics’ presented by Kreuser Gallery at Online/Virtual Space, 0 0

'Urban Relics'

Presented by Kreuser Gallery at Online/Virtual Space

'Urban Relics' is a new exhibition by Jon Francis and Tylan Troyer.

"As a Colorado Springs native, I am continually inspired by this city and region.  I have painted oil landscapes of our beautiful area for more than half of my life.  I have watched my small town evolve and change to a large and complicated city. Change is difficult, and the memories associated with time spent in these places hold an important place in my life.

In a world of disposable everything, I am currently focused on painting urban landscapes as a way to record, preserve, and savor what has shaped my childhood and shaped Colorado Springs. The old, the rusted, the abandoned have a beauty all their own. Not only are these moments an important part of our community, but an important part of my memories. My canvas is a place where these images are saved from being forgotten as forward movement scrapes them from our city." -Jon Francis

“My work is about capturing often overlooked and fleeting moments, thoughts and visions using the quality purity and honesty of line; an attempt to capture the mysteries of the conscious and subconscious and its interaction with the environment; using color and form to create an emotional connection to the viewer. I am interested in what is just beneath the surface and much, much, deeper." -Tylan Troyer

Kreuser Gallery is currently open by appointment only. To book an appointment, please email kreusergallery@gmail.com, call (719) 464-5880 or book online at https://abigailkreusergallery.com/pages/private-gallery-exhibit-experience.

Admission Info

Free

Phone: (719) 464-5880

Email: kreusergallery@gmail.com

Dates & Times

2020/06/05 - 2020/06/05

Location Info

Online/Virtual Space