"Extravagant Rubbish: Aesthetic Forms And Their Opposites."

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The Ant Colony says
June 6 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


DALLAS, TEXAS—Stop by and experience “Extravagant Rubbish” at The Ant Colony on June 6, 2015, where guest will be able to journey into the metamorphosis of rubbish into innovative installations.

Local artist Doug Land alongside The Ant Colony, a small fine art gallery located in the heart of Oak Cliff, are excited to present “Extravagant Rubbish: Aesthetic forms and their opposites.” The exhibit will be free to the public starting June 6, 2015 ending July 11, 2015. “I wanted the viewer to experience the beauty of the rebirth of once discarded items,” said Doug Land.

Illustrator turned sculptor, Doug Land is one of Dallas's young and upcoming talents. Formally trained at SCAD, Savannah College Of Art and Design, Land spent a number of years touring in east coast galleries before returning to Dallas.

The Ant Colony is a small yet intimate gallery in Oak Cliff, a ten minute walk to the Bishop Arts area.

Opening reception June 6th from 6-9pm central time.

Closing reception July 11th from 4-6pm central time.

Exhibiting at The Ant Colony from June 6th, 2015 through July 11th, 2015

421 N Tyler Street Dallas, Texas 75208

Event Website: http://www.theantcolony.org/calendar/coming-66-doug-land/

Artist Website: http://www.deadastrology.com
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By: The Ant Colony

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