Angst Gallery presents “The Elusive Sense,” a compelling exhibit of the somber, thought-provoking works of Donald Haynes. There will be an opening night reception where guests can meet the artist on First Friday, Nov. 3, from 5 to 9 p.m. with complimentary light refreshments and music. The exhibit runs through Saturday, Nov. 25. Haynes spent two years studying painting with the noted and prolific Alexander Rokoff. Haynes’ creative work also includes photography and sculpture. Throughout the years, Haynes has focused on “the figure and the essence within it, winding about it my ideas and symbols, empty and full, as they always are.” For examples of Haynes’ work, visit www.coroflot.com/donsword.
For more information about this and other exhibits, contact Jackson at Leah.AngstGallery@gmail.com or Christopher Luna at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-910-1066. You can also visit Angst Gallery online at angstgallery.com. Angst Gallery is located at 1015 Main St. in downtown Vancouver, adjacent and connected to Niche Wine Bar, so you can grab a cool drink and amble around the gallery. For gallery hours, visit angstgallery.com.
Above image: detail from “The Heart Stone” by Donald Haynes