The impossible only feels impossible until it is achieved. And while that may seem contradictory, the artists included in the Paradox Exhibition challenge the status quo to create anomalies in contradiction to their surroundings.
Embodying this premise is the Flying Fish by Australian-based artist couple and conservationists, Gillie and Marc Schattner, whose award winning sculpture appears to defy gravity in an attempt to shed light on endangered animal habitats.
The artists exhibited at Paradox have been selected by curator Charles Chapman as some of the most distinctive works across the globe today. Chosen for their quality of ideas and conceptual originality, they have a deep understanding of their materials across a wide range of media.
And although their premise may be rooted in paradox, their inherent impulse is of inspiration, reminding us all that anything is possible.
GILLIE AND MARC
OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22
10:00 - 6:00 PM
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23
11:00 - 5:00 PM
Steidel Fine Art is excited to present PARADOX, the first group show in the United States for Polish artist, Wladyslaw Nieweglowski. We are also proud to be exhibiting an exclusive collection by Australia-based, Gillie and Marc Schattner. Also included in the exhibition will be new mixed media works by Wimberley artist Debra Steidel and back painted glass art by Eric Lee.