Gallery Openings and Events

Long View Gallery Presents Optic Symphony: Movements in Steel

Zachary Oxman, Fluid Perceptions, 30x30x10, Stainless Steel. Courtesy of Long View Gallery.

Zachary Oxman, Fluid Perceptions, 30x30x10, Stainless Steel. Courtesy of Long View Gallery.

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Opening Reception: Thursday, June 11 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm

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Since his early studies in Florence, Italy, artist Zachary Oxman has been perpetually drawn to creating works of art that celebrate the human form. The sculpture of his artistic genesis has evolved from traditional figurative bronze to a mid-career explosion of abstracted, reflective and often colorful works in steel.  As a result, a fresh voice has emerged for the artist. A voice that is best actualized when one shares the physical space with the work itself.

For its very first showing to the public, Optic Symphony explores the identity of human perceptions through reflective forms imbued with dynamic imagery. Oxman’s work beckons the viewer’s participation, relating back and revealing like a mirror onto the viewer, illuminating the complexities within all of us.  Always exploring and employing new technologies to create his art, Oxman intriguingly and endlessly stretches his creative palate seducing the viewer to want more.

Long View Gallery is located at 1234 Ninth St. NW. For more information visit longviewgallerydc.com.

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