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Gallery Ten Ninety-One, sponsored by Poplar Financial, HR Solutions for the Modern Workforce, presents SCORE – A Twenty Year Retrospective by Garen Shrader.

Garen Shrader is a 21st century artist painting on everything from canvas, advertising signs, record album covers, to the female body. His paintings and prints possess a definite style that the artist refers to as epic American. Garen has been quoted as saying “I grew up on Elvis, Evel Knievel and Playboy. How can that not be an epic influence?”

In his paintings it is evident that there is an ease of working with his chosen materials, demonstrating a hard-earned skill and familiarity. His lush and layered surfaces become a backdrop for scenes including Garen’s favorite icons, for example the Marlboro man.

Like many other painters, he often uses historical references from other artists that influenced the embracing of his own unique style. Garen believes painters have painted the same basic three things, as far as subject matter, from the beginning. Their surroundings, their heroes and their lovers. He sees himself continuing along the same path as these painters, telling his story.

For more information about the artist visit: www.garenshrader.com


On exhibit
Monday-Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., September 4-28, 2017 

Opening reception
Friday, September 8, 5-9 p.m.

WKNO Digital Media Center
7151 Cherry Farms Road
Cordova, TN
901-458-2521





For more information, visit their website at Poplar Financial



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