Sep 3
~
Sep 17

Florian Thomas Keller Solo Exhibition

Free

Kinosho Kikaku Gallery will feature German artist Florian Thomas Keller’s solo exhibition in its new gallery space.

Florian Thomas Keller’s work is marked by experimentation and exploration of the unknown and unusual. He works with various materials, such as metal, sand, and wood, and various techniques, such as brush, knife, coal, and spray, to name a few. Most of his works are abstract but figurative elements are present when needed, this need being dictated by his eyes and hands.

He believes that art is in the eye of the viewer and create works that give a glimpse of the inherent creative power of the materials which he has taken and employed.

(Note the gallery is closed Sundays and Mondays.)

Organizers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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