The Monkey Wrench
will host the opening reception for More Questions Than Answers
this Friday, March 16th, at 7:30 p.m. The solo art exhibit will showcase the work of Jeremy Dixon, a Louisville artist and teacher.
Dixon resides in the Highlands of Louisville, and is in his thirties. He remains an observer of the world around him, "devouring the world with his eyes" as he records his interpretations onto canvas, paper, and art boards.
This show reflects a few years worth of work from Dixon. The pieces represent that his search for answers to world and life mysteries has often led to more questions than answers. The artwork also displays Jeremy's explorations into color and technique through his various painting and drawing styles. These experiments are responsible for his sometimes abstract and unique artwork that manages to retain a sense of pop culture.
The show will be curated by Andy and Kelly Cook; Music will be provided by Tristen Brooke, Son of the Widow, and Jonny Sands, beginning at 8 p.m. The Monkey Wrench is at 1025 Barret Avenue. There is no charge to enter.