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By appointment only: Mark Pack: Unanswerable Questions

Houska Gallery
4728 McPherson Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63108
February 21, 2020 to March 28, 2020

From Houska Gallery: For the safety of our visitors and staff, Houska Gallery has made the difficult decision to temporarily close to the public. However, we are available by appointment and can be reached during regular hours by email and phone.

Images of our current exhibitions, Peter Manion's Peek-A-Boo and Mark Pack's Unanswerable Questions, can be viewed on our website at houskagallery.com/current-exhibitions. As a bonus, new works by Peter are coming to the gallery soon, so check in often!

We will continue to monitor this situation and keep you updated in regards to changes to upcoming planned programming. We appreciate your support of our artists and the gallery.

Mark Pack defines his artistic process as one of cultivation rather than manufacturing. His practice explores themes of nature and how we as a society interact with it. For Pack, this is a way to examine the duality between chaos and control.

His sculptures explore these themes through the process of brushing, pouring, and layering paint—sometimes hundreds of layers. Then, he goes into these layers, cutting and reshaping the work and watching it evolve through the various stages.

Unanswerable Questions is featured in our Upstairs Gallery, and runs concurrently with Peter Manion's Peek-A-Boo pop-up and performance.

Price: FREE

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  • 2020-02-21 00:00:00 2020-03-28 00:00:00 America/Chicago By appointment only: Mark Pack: Unanswerable Questions

    From Houska Gallery: For the safety of our visitors and staff, Houska Gallery has made the difficult decision to temporarily close to the public. However, we are available by appointment and can be reached during regular hours by email and phone.

    Images of our current exhibitions, Peter Manion's Peek-A-Boo and Mark Pack's Unanswerable Questions, can be viewed on our website at houskagallery.com/current-exhibitions. As a bonus, new works by Peter are coming to the gallery soon, so check in often!

    We will continue to monitor this situation and keep you updated in regards to changes to upcoming planned programming. We appreciate your support of our artists and the gallery.

    Mark Pack defines his artistic process as one of cultivation rather than manufacturing. His practice explores themes of nature and how we as a society interact with it. For Pack, this is a way to examine the duality between chaos and control.

    His sculptures explore these themes through the process of brushing, pouring, and layering paint—sometimes hundreds of layers. Then, he goes into these layers, cutting and reshaping the work and watching it evolve through the various stages.

    Unanswerable Questions is featured in our Upstairs Gallery, and runs concurrently with Peter Manion's Peek-A-Boo pop-up and performance.

    Price: FREE

    4728 McPherson Avenue St. Louis MO 63108
4728 McPherson Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63108

314.496.1377

By appointment only: Mark Pack: Unanswerable Questions

Houska Gallery
4728 McPherson Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63108
February 21, 2020 to March 28, 2020

From Houska Gallery: For the safety of our visitors and staff, Houska Gallery has made the difficult decision to temporarily close to the public. However, we are available by appointment and can be reached during regular hours by email and phone.

Images of our current exhibitions, Peter Manion's Peek-A-Boo and Mark Pack's Unanswerable Questions, can be viewed on our website at houskagallery.com/current-exhibitions. As a bonus, new works by Peter are coming to the gallery soon, so check in often!

We will continue to monitor this situation and keep you updated in regards to changes to upcoming planned programming. We appreciate your support of our artists and the gallery.

Mark Pack defines his artistic process as one of cultivation rather than manufacturing. His practice explores themes of nature and how we as a society interact with it. For Pack, this is a way to examine the duality between chaos and control.

His sculptures explore these themes through the process of brushing, pouring, and layering paint—sometimes hundreds of layers. Then, he goes into these layers, cutting and reshaping the work and watching it evolve through the various stages.

Unanswerable Questions is featured in our Upstairs Gallery, and runs concurrently with Peter Manion's Peek-A-Boo pop-up and performance.

Price: FREE

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  • 2020-02-21 00:00:00 2020-03-28 00:00:00 America/Chicago By appointment only: Mark Pack: Unanswerable Questions

    From Houska Gallery: For the safety of our visitors and staff, Houska Gallery has made the difficult decision to temporarily close to the public. However, we are available by appointment and can be reached during regular hours by email and phone.

    Images of our current exhibitions, Peter Manion's Peek-A-Boo and Mark Pack's Unanswerable Questions, can be viewed on our website at houskagallery.com/current-exhibitions. As a bonus, new works by Peter are coming to the gallery soon, so check in often!

    We will continue to monitor this situation and keep you updated in regards to changes to upcoming planned programming. We appreciate your support of our artists and the gallery.

    Mark Pack defines his artistic process as one of cultivation rather than manufacturing. His practice explores themes of nature and how we as a society interact with it. For Pack, this is a way to examine the duality between chaos and control.

    His sculptures explore these themes through the process of brushing, pouring, and layering paint—sometimes hundreds of layers. Then, he goes into these layers, cutting and reshaping the work and watching it evolve through the various stages.

    Unanswerable Questions is featured in our Upstairs Gallery, and runs concurrently with Peter Manion's Peek-A-Boo pop-up and performance.

    Price: FREE

    4728 McPherson Avenue St. Louis MO 63108
4728 McPherson Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63108

314.496.1377