Umbrella

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Umbrella Gallery is a place for artists and art lovers alike – a place to practice and experience contemporary art in all its forms. Explore the site to discover what Umbrella has to offer you.

Monday – Friday

7am – 7pm

Weekends

9am – 2pm

(214) 651-0633

gallery@lifeindeepellum.com

2803 Taylor St.

Dallas, TX 75226

About the
Gallery

Umbrella Gallery is a non-commercial, experimental art space, where artists have a chance to push their creative limits and art lovers can encounter contemporary art. Because of its location in the LIDE Cultural Center, it provides rich potential for interaction, allowing artists and exhibits to expand their reach beyond typical art gallery circles.

Current Exhibit

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Event Details

Gallery Show title: A Narrative, Rewritten

Solo Exhibition by Hannah Aaron

statement from the Artist

“Blessed be the LORD, my rock, who trains my hands for war, and my fingers for battle;” Psalm 144:1

My work is about reclaiming my feminine identity which had been previously shaped by societal pressures and experiences from childhood. I danced for nine years in ballet classes, which now serves as the source imagery for my oil paintings. As a young girl, I struggled with feeling “good enough”. The treatment of the slippers in my paintings are evocative of the obsessive perfectionism, crippling anxiety, and overwhelming pressure I felt in my youth. My affiliation between perfection, performance and intrinsic value followed me into adulthood, clouding my perspective of femininity. Describing boxing gloves serve as a counter perspective, sourced from Biblical scriptures. In a way, painting them serve as a form of therapy, prayer, and declaration of self-worth to my present reality. For me, the “fight” is not a physical one, but a spiritual and mental one. My fight looks rewriting the narrative of my past and agreeing with God’s thought towards me, which is this: I am valuable. And that will never change. Painting from life is important to me. When I paint from a still life arrangement or a figure model, my interaction with the object or person keeps my thoughts in the present moment, rather than dwelling on the past. The application of my paintings include areas of refinement, nuances in cast shadows and reflected light, as well as expressive line work, dry brush and thick impasto.

 

Time

February 1 (Saturday) - March 29 (Sunday)

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Past Exhibits

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show your work

Interested in showing at Umbrella Gallery?

Submit an exhibition proposal by emailing the following to gallery@lifeindeepellum.com:

 

  • Artist Statement
  • Short bio (approx. 200 words)
  • CV
  • 10-15 images of current work, emphasizing the type of work you would exhibit
  • Brief synopsis of what you would show in the space

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