Ellen Heck, and Wally Workman Gallery will donate 100% of the Proceeds from the Sale of Extendable Horizon to RCA

Extendable Horizon, by 2016 Rockport Artist in Residence, Ellen Heck is available for collection through Austin gallerist Wally Workman.

Heck says, "The title refers to the horizon line extending from a wooden box on the left of the composition. During the residency, I was trying to capture the multi-faceted nature of Rockport - its consistent changes. After Hurricane Harvey, I flooded the panels with a wash and then started scraping, sanding, and wiping away to pull out what was salvageable underneath - basically, thinking about what the Art Center is doing right now.”

Heck and Wally Workman Gallery are donating 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this piece to Rockport Center for the Arts. To contact the Gallery or to learn more about Heck’s solo show in Austin, visit http://www.wallyworkmangallery.com/.

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