"Controlled Entropy: Two Totally Different Approaches To the Formal Structure in Abstration"

Collaborative image by Kristy Hughes and Jessica Springman
Collaborative work by Kristy Hughes and Jessica Springman

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This gallery exhibition features the creative works of 2015-16 Stutz Residency Grant Winners: Kristy Hughes and Jessica Springman. The highlight of the exhibit is a collaboration piece (above) showcasing each artists’ unique style and techniques – Hughes started the piece; Springman completed it. 

Exhibit Runs Sept. 2-30 

Entropy is a lack of order or predictability; a gradual decline. In both of their works, there are many elements that have the potential to be chaotic. While both artists work in very different ways, their commonality lies in the fact that they both bring control and order to their compositions. Their pieces end up being both elaborate yet restrained, structured yet chaotic. They have a sense or potential towards entropy, yet controlled. 

WHAT:  “Controlled Entropy" Art Exhibition
WHERE:  The Raymond James Stutz Art Gallery, 212 W. 10th St., B110 (Enter from 10th Street via alley)
WHEN:  Opening Reception on September 2, 5:00 - 9:00 pm during IDADA First Friday Gallery Tour
Exhibition runs Monday through Friday from 11 am - 2 pm, through September 30.
COST:  Free and open to the public.
INFO:  www.stutzartists.com or (317) 503-6420
CONTACT:  317.503.6420 or stutzartgallery [at] gmail [dot] com