Catch the opening reception of Veronica Dyer’s Segments & Spaces at Archway Gallery

"Reflection" by Veronica Dyer | Courtesy of Archway Gallery

Swing by Archway Gallery for a viewing of Veronica Dyer’s new artwork exhibition, Segments & Spaces, at an opening reception on Saturday, December 7, 2019 from 5pm to 8pm. 

Building from her own intuition, Veronica Dyer creates dynamic works of painting and sculpture in an abstract style with hints of industrial tendencies.

For her latest exhibition, Segments & Spaces, Dyer will present artwork defined by various geometric forms, incorporating another element of bold, and sometimes unconventional, color palettes in what she calls, “a collaborative play between technique and creativity.”

The Venezuelan-raised artist will be in attendance during the opening reception, providing guests an opportunity to visit with the abstract painter and sculptor.

Complimentary wine and light refreshments will be available. The exhibition will be on display from Saturday, December 7 through Thursday, January 2, 2020. Click here for more information.

Veronica Dyer’s Segments & Spaces at Archway Gallery

On the Horizon | Courtesy of Archway Gallery

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