A reception held on Tues., July 15, welcomed the works of Charles Brindley to Belmont University’s Gallery 121, which is located in the Leu Center for Visual Arts on Belmont’s campus.
Brindley’s drawings and paintings depict a variety of symbol-laden subjects, including giant deciduous trees, panoramic landscapes, prehistoric ruins, rock formations, architecture and still lifes. His images are highly representational but contain many abstract elements.
What: Works by Charles Brindley
Where: Gallery 121, Leu Center for the Visual Arts, Belmont University
When: Through Aug. 14
Hours: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday