Royse Contemporary is so excited to present “The Sound of Color” by mixed-media artist Rafael Navarro, opening on Thursday, October 19. The exhibit will showcase art inspired by music (and musical instruments themselves) in a variety of mediums including painting, mixed-media, and sculpture.
Navarro shares, “I prefer to communicate visually, in a poetic manner, making similarities in the creation of life, music, and art.” Nicole Royse also reveals, “what I love most about Navarro’s work is his keen eye for details, the strong imagery he depicts and the stories each piece tells.”
The opening reception will be from 5pm to 10pm on October 19, but the exhibit will be on display until November 4. It is at the Royse Contemporary Gallery, which you can find at 7077 E. Main Street, Suite 6, Scottsdale, AZ 85251.
The opening will be a part of the Scottsdale ArtWalk in Old Town Scottsdale. Nicole Royse, the owner and curator, will give a brief talk about the artist and work featured in the exhibition; guests will also have the chance to meet the artist. For more information about the exhibition, check out the official press release or visit Royse Contemporary’s website.
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4 thoughts on “#ArtLitPhx: “Sound of Color” Exhibition at Royse Contemporary”
Expressing art visually, especially music, is fascinating. Visual art and music both invoke emotion; I’d be interested to see Navarro’s take on this.
This exhibit sounds like a sort of artistic synesthesia; different mediums have very different ways of communicating stories, and I’m interested to see how they all come together.
This sounds amazing. I love the idea of mixing art and music. These pieces seem like they would be incredible, and I’d love to be able to go and see them.
This exhibit seems right up my alley, I enjoy seeing others perspective of sound in a tangible form. Thanks for sharing links so I can find out more about the exhibit.
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