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About the Artists:
Brent Kollock is a Houston-born artist and writer who obtained his BFA from SMU and lives and works in Dallas. He has shown at Norwood Flynn Gallery since Fall of ‘09. His work is included in many private collections throughout the world, and he has shown in galleries in Dallas, Houston and throughout Texas.
Michael Roque Collins: Norwood Flynn Gallery is pleased to have the opportunity to exhibit new watercolors by Michael Roque Collins. Michael is currently the Director of the School of Art, Artist in Residence and Associate Professor in Art at Houston Baptist University. He is also an internationally collected professional artist, represented exclusively by LewAllen Contemporary in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He maintains a very active exhibition schedule, showing extensively both regionally, nationally, and internationally. Mr. Collins’ paintings are represented in permanent collections of over fifteen museums including the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, El Paso Museum of Fine Art, Art Museum of South Texas, San Antonio Museum of Art, Texas A&M University Wayne Stark Museum, College Station, Texas, and both the Lowe and Bass Museum Collections in Miami, Florida. His works have been juried in over 180 local, national and international art exhibitions and he has had thirty solo exhibitions at galleries and museums in the United States, and been selected for major international exhibitions in Germany, Cuba, China and Peru.
About Norwood Flynn Gallery:
Norwood Flynn Gallery, housed in a 1940’s cottage on the south shore of Bachman Lake, represents contemporary art by emerging and mid career artists. The gallery exhibits and sells paintings, sculptures, drawings, photography, & new media, with an emphasis on unique Texas artists.
Norwood Flynn Gallery – Sue Flynn, Owner
3318 Shorecrest, Dallas, Texas 75235
NFG is a member of DADA
Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Saturday: Noon – 5:00 p.m. And by appointment
“God Complex 2, mixed media on paper, 15″ x 11,” by Brent Kollock
“Beyond the Lake of Fire,” watercolor on Paroni paper, 7″ x 5,” by Michael Roque Collins
“Summer Sunset,” 5″ x 5,” oil on gold-leaf on panel, by Pamela Burnley-Schol