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Fort Works Art will present the first solo gallery showing of Fort Worth artist, Jeremy Joel in a powerful one-man exhibition titled “A Beatbox Caviar.” Unconventional in style, Joel’s highly-personal paintings serve as a peephole into his past, offering a reflection on his upbringing and life-events that have forged his world view.

Complicated and multi-layered, "A Beatbox Caviar" will immerse its audience an autobiographical storytelling and leverage both his personal misfortunes and celebrations. The intriguing showcase will highlight Joel’s interpretation of past and future generations of his family, including his relationship with his father and son.

A self-taught artist, Joel has been active in the burgeoning Fort Worth arts scene for over a decade. Since 2007, he has produced a recognizable lineup of works that includes murals for Cut Hair Salon, Urban Outfitters, Spiral Diner, Daggett Montessori, Brik Venue, Inspiration Alley in The Foundry District and a three-part mural for FWISD. Since transitioning to canvas work, he has continued to cultivate a distinctive style. His raw and edgy pieces incorporate a strong personal iconography with found materials and text elements that enhance their narrative, “story scene” aspects, reflecting his fascinating past, and the denial of absolutes in his belief system.

The exhibit will be on view May 9 through June 30.

Fort Works Art will present the first solo gallery showing of Fort Worth artist, Jeremy Joel in a powerful one-man exhibition titled “A Beatbox Caviar.” Unconventional in style, Joel’s highly-personal paintings serve as a peephole into his past, offering a reflection on his upbringing and life-events that have forged his world view.

Complicated and multi-layered, "A Beatbox Caviar" will immerse its audience an autobiographical storytelling and leverage both his personal misfortunes and celebrations. The intriguing showcase will highlight Joel’s interpretation of past and future generations of his family, including his relationship with his father and son.

A self-taught artist, Joel has been active in the burgeoning Fort Worth arts scene for over a decade. Since 2007, he has produced a recognizable lineup of works that includes murals for Cut Hair Salon, Urban Outfitters, Spiral Diner, Daggett Montessori, Brik Venue, Inspiration Alley in The Foundry District and a three-part mural for FWISD. Since transitioning to canvas work, he has continued to cultivate a distinctive style. His raw and edgy pieces incorporate a strong personal iconography with found materials and text elements that enhance their narrative, “story scene” aspects, reflecting his fascinating past, and the denial of absolutes in his belief system.

The exhibit will be on view May 9 through June 30.

Fort Works Art will present the first solo gallery showing of Fort Worth artist, Jeremy Joel in a powerful one-man exhibition titled “A Beatbox Caviar.” Unconventional in style, Joel’s highly-personal paintings serve as a peephole into his past, offering a reflection on his upbringing and life-events that have forged his world view.

Complicated and multi-layered, "A Beatbox Caviar" will immerse its audience an autobiographical storytelling and leverage both his personal misfortunes and celebrations. The intriguing showcase will highlight Joel’s interpretation of past and future generations of his family, including his relationship with his father and son.

A self-taught artist, Joel has been active in the burgeoning Fort Worth arts scene for over a decade. Since 2007, he has produced a recognizable lineup of works that includes murals for Cut Hair Salon, Urban Outfitters, Spiral Diner, Daggett Montessori, Brik Venue, Inspiration Alley in The Foundry District and a three-part mural for FWISD. Since transitioning to canvas work, he has continued to cultivate a distinctive style. His raw and edgy pieces incorporate a strong personal iconography with found materials and text elements that enhance their narrative, “story scene” aspects, reflecting his fascinating past, and the denial of absolutes in his belief system.

The exhibit will be on view May 9 through June 30.

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WHERE

Fort Works Art
2100 Montgomery St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.fortworksart.com/

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Admission is free.
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