213. Evan Runyon

Acrylic, watercolor, oil pastel, colored pencil, graphite, ink

I have a few rules when I'm painting, the most important of which is that I act on any new idea that surprises me. Recently, I've been challenging myself to maintain that looseness while thinking more compositionally. With every piece, I continue exploring the balance between structure and chaos, openness and constricting lines, fine details and blurred fields of color.

Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

1711 S 1st St

evanwrunyon@gmail.comevanwrunyon.com

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  • 215. Bryan Macilko

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    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

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    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

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