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Wilde Art Curations Presents: Perpetual Passion, The Artworks Of Jorge Najera

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Perpetual Passion, The Artworks Of Jorge Najera

Fri Jul 29 

6:00PM – 10:00PM (Doors)

$15

​ArtUs Co

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EXSTUS (AUSTIN, TX) [ MINDS EYE MUSE SET]

Mind’s Eye Muse offers their signature blend of “ethnic shred” music with spellbinding visual performances.
Virtuosic world instrumentation, phat wobble bass, and modern beats combine with the talented flow arts & bellydance of Fern Evergreen, Squirelly, and Vieve Swan. Fans have compared the act to a blend of Strunz & Farah meets The Widdler, Beats Antique, and Al di Meola.

Check out http://mindseyemuse.com for more info & visionary art!

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LIVE FEATURED MUSICAL ARTIST 9PM

SPONSORED BY AUSTIN YOUNG PROFESSIONALS AND DESSERT DOOR SOTOL

Vivid color. Texture. Emotion. Intention. Themes central to the compelling works of Jorge Najera.

Visit ArtUs Co gallery for an evening in exploration of these exceptional artworks. Register for tickets soon as space will fill quickly.

Najera has been creating breathtaking original works of art for over 30 years. He attended the Facultad de Artes Visuales UANL in Monterrey, Mexico from 1993 to 1996. He has had featured exhibitions in the Metropolitan Museum of Monterrey as well as several other solo exhibitions in museums and galleries in that area.

Since moving from Monterrey, he has lived in San Antonio and Austin. His style has evolved over time and remains beautifuly structured and wild at once. Once inspired by the industrial setting of Monterrey, he now draws much of his inspiration from the natural world giving his works lifelike characteristics. “My work is about creating a complete sensory experience for the spectator.” , says Najera.

Some of his canvases are more sculptural in nature. He constructs them from wood and takes incredible time and care to mold them into convex or concave shapes with layers of texture. They bring to mind fossilized structures, volcanic eruptions, and other natural decomposition processes found in nature.

Don’t miss your chance to see this one of a kind exhibition at the stunning Art Us Co gallery located in the Arboretum.

Contact @NatassiaWilde on instagram or contact@wildeartcurations.com with any inquiries / presale information.

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