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Animal Nature Show

Ladies, gentlemen, and art enthusiasts of all walks of life, lend me your screens! I come bearing thrilling news that's sure to tickle your fancy and perhaps, just maybe, awaken that wild spirit snoozing within you. I'm over the moon, through the woods, and across the savannah to announce "Animal Nature," an art exhibition that's not just an event but a veritable feast for the senses!

This isn't just any showcase, my friends. Oh no, it's a vibrant carnival of creativity, featuring a kaleidoscope of my works, including the latest gems from my series, Paradigm Shift. And guess what? I'm not riding this rollercoaster of artistic euphoria alone! I'm joined by my dear compadre, Patrick Fagerberg, a maestro of the canvas, whose expressionist paintings are so full of emotion, they practically weep, laugh, and dance off the wall.

Thanks to the wizardry of Tiburon Transmedia, we're embarking on a journey that straddles the wild and the refined, the primal and the polished. Our venue, the illustrious Evergreen on South Lamar, is the stage for this exploration of our collective humanity, viewed through the vibrant lens of the Latin American Austinite experience. It's like a safari, but instead of lions, tigers, and bears, you get art, culture, and soul.

But wait, there's more! This exhibition is a team effort, a collaboration with the crème de la crème of the art world: TPG, Ellio Fine Art, and Triple Base Creative. Together, we're transforming "Animal Nature" into an immersive experience that transcends the ordinary. And let's not forget the cherry on top: the opening night was a symphony of Still Austin Whiskey and the smooth, sultry jazz of J. Serrato, creating an atmosphere so electric, it could light up the Austin skyline.

So, if you're yearning for an adventure that promises to captivate your heart and tantalize your senses, look no further. "Animal Nature" is the call of the wild you've been waiting for. Don't just take my word for it; come see for yourself. The jungle awaits!

Stay wild, stay curious, and above all, stay artful.

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