GALLERY TALK: ART AT NOON WITH PAUL KITTELSON
Friday, Sep. 29, 2017 – Friday, Sep. 29, 2017
12:00 PM – 01:00 PM
Join Paul Kittelson, a Houston-based artist and professor at the University of Houston to learn more about the work of artist Annabeth Rosen. In approaching Rosen’s work, Kittelson will speak about his interest in materials and processes of making. Focusing on clay as one of the most primary of media, it connects to people through its tactile nature while carrying a universality of meaning.
12–12:30PM Gallery Talk with Paul Kittelson
12:30–1PM Light lunch in the Cullen Education Resource Room
This talk is a walk-through in the gallery and no seating will be provided. If you would like special accommodations to be made, please contact email@example.com.
About Paul Kittelson
Since the early 1980s, Paul Kittelson has been an active member of Houston’s art community. He is known for his large public sculptures, Take Off at Hobby Airport and the Bayou Beacons on Interstate-45. He is represented by Devin Borden Gallery and teaches Sculpture at the University of Houston.
Image: Annabeth Rosen, "Squill" (detail), 2007. Fired ceramic, steel baling wire, and steel plate. 30 x 28 x 28 inches. Image and work courtesy the artist; Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco; and P.P.O.W. Gallery. Photo: Lee Fatherree
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