A Sense of Space: New Works by Frank Juárez at Annex Gallery, UW-Oshkosh

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Frank Juárez features new work at UW-Oshkosh’s Annex Gallery from February 3 – 24, 2022.

from my window | sun rays peeking through blinds incense burning tagged trains choo chooing dark coffee hot paper republic open music on art connecting life. Excerpt of Frank Juárez’s contribution to Paul Druecke’s Sign of the Times Public Art Installation at Houdini’s Plaza in downtown Appleton.
A Sense of Space runs through February 24, 2022

A Sense of Space is my response to the past 2 years and a summary of those experiences. Art is a powerful medium that provides us the opportunity to self-assess, reflect, and to enjoy today. There is beauty around us at any given time. It is just a matter of opening our eyes to look. Whether it is a taking a Saturday road trip through the back roads in Wisconsin, observing the shadows created by the natural light peaking through the blinds at home, noticing the steam from a hot cup of coffee in the early morning or listening to an unrecognizable sound on our daily commute to work.

A Sense of Space explores being present through the lens of the camera, mantras, and reflections.

Reception Photos

All works are available for purchase with the exception of Yellowbar and In Tandem.

If you go:

University Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Annex Gallery

February 3 – 24, 2022

Arts and Communications Center, N204

1001 Elmwood Ave, Oshkosh, WI 54901



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