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Thu, Mar 19


Royse Contemporary

Opening Reception "Reconstructed" Postponed Until Further Notice

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Opening Reception "Reconstructed" Postponed Until Further Notice
Opening Reception "Reconstructed" Postponed Until Further Notice

Time & Location

Mar 19, 2020, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Royse Contemporary, 7077 E Main St Suite 6, Scottsdale, AZ 85251, USA

About the Event

"Reconstructed" will open to the public on Thursday, March 19, 2020 with a special artist reception, coinciding with the weekly Scottsdale ArtWalk from 6:00-9:00pm. The evening will feature an opportunity to meet the featured artist and curator, along with light hors d'oeuvres and refreshments. 

Royse Contemporary is excited to present "Reconstructed", the solo exhibition showcasing the vintage collages of Daniel Shepherd. For the last six years, Shepherd and Royse have collaborated on exciting exhibitions that showcase the artist's unique and often outlandish vintage collages captivating audiences along the way. “I am delighted to bring this riveting collection of collages by Shepherd to Royse Contemporary, he continues to evolve as an artist while maintaining his distinctive voice, brilliant style and that element of surprise that engages his viewers. This exhibition presents work that takes elements typically considered visually appealing that are then reconstructed by the artist and presented in a way that may be considered unnerving or creepy, while still retaining all the grace, elegance and natural beauty of their original forms. 

“When I began work on this show, I wanted to approach it differently than I have with past exhibitions. My thought this time was to work smaller and in a sense from a more minimalist point of view”, states Shepherd. The artist’s organic style allows him to combine a variety of images to create original and interesting work, while producing his collages entirely from repurposed materials. Being able to reuse these materials really excites Shepherd, who loves the idea of these "things" which once served a specific use now years later are being reused for something completely different. 

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