Every now and again we get to present you with something unique and powerful. This month it happens twice. We are following the powerful Art of Survival show with a lecture that digs to the root of what it means to make art. This hour long experience is energetic, thoughtful, and powerful. We are incredibly proud and excited to present to Amarillo, renowned artist Edward Povey. Over a 30+ year career, Edward has produced over 3500 works, been installed in over 600 private, corporate, and museum collections, and traveled the world with his art.
After BBC interviews in 2014, his recent article by the legendary Xaviera Hollander, and an academic interview by art dealer Theodore Trotta-Bono to follow soon - Edward continues to shape his new style after his giant creative leap in 2013. He will share his victories, challenges, and adventures in pioneering a new way of making paintings.
To see more about Edward and his amazing career, visit his website:
Collectors, friends, artists and educators most welcome. Please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org.