Events

Linda Dee Guy: Littoral Imaginarium & Shared Time, Then and Now

March 31, 2018 — Dallas, TX

Linda Dee Guy: Littoral Imaginarium:

Ro2 Art is proud to present Littoral Imaginarium, a solo exhibition featuring new works by artist Linda Dee Guy. The show will run from March 31 through April 28, 2018. There will be an opening reception held Saturday, March 31, from 7-10pm at Ro2 Art located at 1501 S. Ervay Street in Dallas’ Cedars neighborhood.

In Littoral Imaginarium, Linda Dee Guy explores the seaside as a powerful source of creative inspiration. Symbolizing the realm in which two worlds meet, the shore acts as a boundary between the known and the deep unknown. On the topic of artistic exploration, the artist writes, “What I value most about being an artist is that artists possess an unusual amount of curiosity. Curiosity is magic: it’s the force that drives creation of something out of nothing. In particular it allows one to make connections between things that are often overlooked or hidden.”

All works will be view March 31 – April 28, 2018. Please join us for the opening reception on Saturday, March 31, 7-10 PM at Ro2 Art, located at 1501 S. Ervay, Dallas, Texas 75215. For more information, visit www.Ro2art.com, or call Jordan Roth at (214) 803-9575.

Shared Time, Then and Now:

Ro2 Art is pleased to present Shared Time, Then and Now, a group exhibition in tribute to artist Linda Dee Guy featuring new works by nine of her former students: Christopher Blay, Chris Bramel, Simeen Farhat, Etty Horowitz, DJ Perera, Alvaro Perez, Nathan Porterfield, Jason Reynaga, and Winter Rusiloski. The show will run from March 31 through April 28, 2018. There will be an opening reception held Saturday, March 31, from 7-10PM at Ro2 Art located at 1501 S. Ervay Street in Dallas’ Cedars neighborhood.

During her thirty-six years as a Professor of Art at Texas Christian University, Linda Dee Guy influenced the creative development of countless students, helping to grow their careers as artists. This exhibition of new works by former students, who are now professional artists, reflects the time shared between mentor and pupil; it is a symbol of shared time, then and now.

Join us on at 7 p.m. on March 31st!