Date(s) - 08/06/2021
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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Voss Gallery presents “Layers” a duo exhibition of new paintings and sculptures by Trent Thompson and John Osgood, with woodworking by Ross Peters, showing August 6-28, 2021. An Opening Reception with the artists will be held on Friday, August 6th, 5-9PM. Gallery hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 12-6PM or by appointment.
Trent Thompson (b. 1995) is a dynamic artist and social entrepreneur based in the San Fransisco Bay Area. Born and raised in Rochester New York, childhood trips to contemporary museums and city streets exposed “E Trent” to the diverse creative potential of reinventing space through artwork. His work incorporates the bright chaos of street art with explosions of incandescent color filtered through a perspective of a more traditionally trained artist. Trent has sought to set himself apart not only through his portfolio but by the way his projects incorporate themselves into the community.
John Osgood (b. 1977) is a contemporary urban artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. His work incorporates visual and stylistic elements of street art, graffiti, pop culture and cubism to depict the human condition. Osgood layers a combination of acrylic, aerosol, and oil paint on either canvas or wood panel to create his vibrant and textural paintings. This process-oriented approach mirrors the multifaceted nature of memory and the collective human experience. Osgood holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington State University with a minor in Fine Arts. He participates in exhibitions across the US and his murals can be found along the West Coast, UK, and Spain.
Voss Gallery’s mission is to inspire, connect and enrich lives by making the art buying process easy, accessible and fun! We’re committed to helping collectors at any stage find the perfect piece for their space with a variety of options for every budget. We work closely with our family of artists to produce dynamic solo and thematically organized group shows and socially-conscious projects to benefit the greater community. New exhibitions are presented approximately every three to four weeks and are curated with an emphasis on New Contemporary work by national emerging artists.