Saturday, August 12, 11am-3pm
Saturday, August 19, 11am-3pm
Saturday, August 26, 11am-3pm
Friday, September 1, 6–9pm – Artist’s Reception
Saturday, September 2, 11am-3pm – Last Look
Marie Tobola comes from a classical figurative background but leans on the abstract while searching the breadth of digital imagery for impulses of freedom in fleshy form. She graduated from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago in 2006 and has been painting for over twenty years. She lives and works in Lockhart, Texas.
Friday, June 2, 6–9pm – Artist’s Reception
Saturday June 3, 11am-3pm – Last Look
About the Installation
With her boots as a symbol of her adventurous spirit and her camera as a witness to her creative process, Lockhart’s own Laurel Coyle invites us to embark on a transformative journey where art transcends convention and becomes an ever-evolving dialogue with the world around us.
Throughout May, the storefront gallery at Spellerberg Projects becomes a portal into the captivating world of Coyle’s artistic evolution. Viewers will witness an unfolding narrative that captures the essence of Coyle’s unbridled imagination.
Join us Friday, June 2, 6–9pm to observe this installation in its completed form.
Laurel extends heartfelt thanks her collaborators:
Josephine Coyle McCauley
About the Artist
Laurel Coyle is a photographer and videographer. Having a keen eye for location scouting and natural light, she researches her subjects and places them in environments that give the audience an intimate peek into the soul behind the creative process. Her curiosity leads her to take the seemingly ordinary and turn it inside out until she locates the extraordinary. Coyle lives in Lockhart, Texas.