Polar bears are driving cars on skis. Sharks are soaring in the air. An astronaut, a deer and a man with antlers are all loitering in what looks like a gas station called "hell." Is it real, imaginary -- or both? That's what Dallas artist T.J. Griffin explores in his art exhibit, Distorted Memory. Griffin looks to combine things from both his personal experience and fantasy in his creations. It's his memory, distorted. Griffin, a graduate of the University of Texas at Dallas, has seen his work displayed as well as awarded by the Dallas Museum of Art. Stretch the limits of your mind and your imagination as you grapple with Griffin's paintings, prints and digital montage prints. Distorted Memory, a free exhibit, will be on display at the University of Texas Dallas' Visual Arts Building through July 24. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays. UTD is located at 800 West Campbell Road in Richardson. For more information on the artist, visit tjgriffinart.com.
Mondays-Saturdays. Starts: June 25. Continues through July 24, 2010