MAIN GALLERY: Marty Walker Gallery is proud to present Triple Vision, an Op-Art themed exhibition featuring work by Texas artists Ted Kincaid, Tom Orr, and Susie Rosmarin.

Ted Kincaid’s newest photographic work seemingly abandons any obvious attachment to representation. Informed by a minimalist sensibility similar to that of Bridget Riley’s black and white work, Kincaid crafts a nest of graphic, repetitive lines hinting at forms both organic and mechanical, flat and dimensional, living and inanimate. Ultimately, Kincaid delivers non-objective compositions that flirt within the realm of representation. Kincaid’s work is included in the permanent collections of the Dallas Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and the Museum of Fine Arts in San Antonio

Premier Dallas sculptor Tom Orr uses sterile construction materials and repetition to create dynamic work, epic in scale, that continuosly engages the eye in unexpected ways. The artist has exhibited extensively during his career, having recently participated in the 2006 Texas Biennial and in the 21st Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture in Japan. He has been involved in numerous public and residential art projects, including One Arts Plaza in Dallas and a large scale installation in Terminal D at DFW International Airport.

Susie Rosmarin’s optically charged paintings mathematically dissect and reassemble commonplace geometric patterns such as those found on skyscrapers, TV color bars, and various textiles. What might initially appear as minimal, non-objective work instead takes its cues from everyday visual experience. Rosmarin’s work is in several public collections, including the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York and the Dallas Museum of Art. The artist currently lives and works in Houston.