“Bather” by Larry Bob Phillips

Public Forum: Larry Bob Phillips in conversation with Hills Snyder

Saturday, August 3, 2024 2pm – 3pm

Done and Undone, the solo exhibition featuring an entirely new body of work from prolific muralist and artist Larry Bob Phillips, explores humanity, nature, and the universe through cerebral, psychedelic forms. Fellow artist and art writer, Hills Snyder, will discuss these themes and more on Saturday afternoon, August 3 at 2pm. Snyder penned the essay included with the exhibition, available on-site at 516 ARTS.

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Larry Bob Phillips: Born near Amarillo, Texas, 1973, Larry Bob Phillips studied at the Kansas City Art Institute in the early 1990s, then moved to NY where he worked building art exhibits for galleries and museums. He attended the University of New Mexico and received an MFA in 2005. Since then he has taught art at the college level and maintained a busy exhibition and mural schedule. In 2019 became the director of the Roswell Artist in Residence.

Hills Snyder: Artist, writer, musician, and curator, Hills Snyder lives in Magdalena, New Mexico, where he operates kind of a small array, an exhibition space, a house concert venue, and poetry reading room. His writing has appeared in Glasstire, Artlies, …might be good, Southwest Contemporary, and other publications, including catalogues for Artpace, Women and Their Work, Ruiz-Healy Art, and Eugene Binder Gallery.