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January 17,2002 thru February 23, 2002 

Robert Dale Anderson 


Sydney Yeager
Separation Anxiety, 2001 Asymmetric Disturbance, 2001

Separation Anxiety, 2001
9 1/4 x 8 1/4"
Graphite on Paper

Asymmetric Disturbance, 2001
Oil on Canvas

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There is a mesmerizing quality to Robert Dale Andersonís detailed graphite drawings. Mr. Andersonís work balances on a fine line between representation and abstraction, each piece is a compulsively controlled rendering of complete chaos. Reminiscent of Brueghel or Bosch, the work depicts fantastic, bizarre worlds in which ambiguous objects swarm over every inch of their surreal environments; these miniature universes seem abandoned yet animated. Mr. Anderson teaches drawing and print making at the University of Texas, and has exhibited widely throughout the United States. His work is in the collections of several museums.

Read UT Austin's Kenneth Hale on this exhibition

Sydney Yeagerís new paintings represent a turning point for this well-known Austin artist. This series is pure, abstract color patterning unadorned with the iconography of her previous work. The thickly applied paint suggests the many layers of content beneath the final surface. Ms. Yeager, who received a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Award in 1996, teaches painting and drawing at Austin Community College and the Austin Museum of Art School at Laguna Gloria. She has exhibited extensively in Texas.

Read a profile of Yeager from the Statesman

Read about Yeager's paintings in The Austin Chronicle

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