Michael Murphy Gallery Tampa’s contemporary art space, presents, in a limited engagement presentation, Changing the Narrative. This groundbreaking presentation of works by Contemporary Artist Jumper Maybach will be on exhibition and available for acquisition at the gallery from May 11h through May 25th , 2023. The Celebrity Artist, Activist & Humanitarian, whose highly acclaimed and collected artworks are not only magnificent; but highlight and validate his messaging in this season of Pride Celebrations in Tampa & across the nation, have museum provenance in the permanent Collection of The Virginia Museum of History.
As he embarks on a 2023 Fine Art Gallery tour with Tampa as its’ premiere city: the Artist is defined by his iconic and revolutionary fine art form, specifically his latest renowned series all of which are represented in this Collection. Maybach has been the Official Artist of Houston Pride, Richmond Pride, and several other cities: with the works now housed in the municipal collections of their respective Mayors & Governors and important private Collections. Three not to be missed receptions are planned at Michael Murphy Gallery in Tampa: The opening reception is Friday, May 12th from 6-9 pm with a “live” satellite appearance by the Artist from his studio in Houston; and two appearances on Saturday, May 13th: 1-3 pm & 6 pm- 9 pm in the evening. All events are complimentary and open to the public. RSVP’s are encouraged. For additional information about this exhibition, contact 813-902-1414 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I believe my work to be a natural successor to Abstract Expressionism: clearly the paintings embody the incendiary and explosive passion that truly IS ME…and those that have characterized the current American movement. When I paint…and in the solitude of my studio… I can feel the energy from my brush to the canvas…my mind processes the WHY….and it goes back to my life experiences…as can be expected. Trauma and healing, light and dark. I paint what I know: I paint what I feel”.