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    Seeing is Believing

    Presented by at Wells Mason Gallery

    November 10, 2012 - January 6, 2013


    Seeing is Believing

    Emerging and international artists show new work at the Wells Mason Gallery in East Austin. In an age of image obsession, what happens when we begin to identify with our own carefully curated images? Do we encourage our own eyes to deceive? Addressing issues of art and identity, the Wells Mason Gallery will host an opening reception for “Seeing is Believing” at the gallery in East Austin. This exhibit will also be part of the upcoming East Austin Studio Tour, and it will remain on view through January 6, 2013.

    The Wells Mason Gallery exhibits contemporary art by emerging and
    internationally-known artists. “Seeing is Believing” will feature:

    Jennifer Chenoweth — an Austin painter and sculptor whose quick painterly gestures form the basis for a new kind of visual language.
    Larry Graeber — an innovative San Antonio painter and sculptor with an intense expression of analytical abstraction.
    Jim Huntington — a veteran sculptor from Texas with abstract works in prominent museums and sculpture gardens around the world.
    Wells Mason — an award-winning designer and free-thinking sculptor in the Austin area whose work is metaphor and message.

    “With this exhibit, we’re exploring whether seeing is believing, and whether our strongest beliefs are born of habit,” says Mason.

    About Wells Mason
    A graduate of the University of Texas, Mason is no stranger to the Austin art scene. From 1996-2000, he was co-owner of a contemporary art gallery
    in central Austin, showing work by up-and-comers like urban artist Stephen Tompkins and outsider artist Daniel Johnston. Since 2000, Mason’s studio has been headquartered in Coupland, Texas - just 40 minutes northeast of Austin. Mason’s cutting-edge furniture designs and provocative sculptures have garnered critical acclaim through solo exhibitions in Dallas and New York City, as well as local attention in Arthouse’s “New American Talent” Exhibition Series in 2006 and 2009. His work was also recently featured in Forbes magazine.

    Press quality images are available upon request. For more information, or to schedule an interview, please contact Wells Mason at (512) 466-9577 or

    Wells Mason Gallery

    727 Airport Blvd
    Austin, TX 78702

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    Admission Info:

    free and open to the public

    General Day and Time Info:

    Open during the East Austin Studio Tour, November 10-11 and 17-18 from 11a-6p, and through January 6 by appointment.

    Phone: (512) 466-9577

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