Pop art muralist, Jeff Zimmerman's exhibit opens on a grand scale

Image by Jeff ZimmermannImage by notedonecrop.jpg Jeff's not afraid of going big.

Redux artist in resident, muralist Jeff Zimmerman opens his newest exhibit on Thursday, May 21. 

Chicago native, Jeff has been working for the past 3 weeks creating large-scale paintings in the gallery space as well as exterior facade of Redux Studios.  His pop art murals will be inspired by his experience with Charleston's downtown community.  If you've been past Redux lately you'll see that Mayor Riley has also inspired the artist!

Here's a bit about the artist from Redux:

Zimmermann, known for his thought-provoking street art, strives to spark dialogue through stimulating site-specific murals. His work, presented through dynamic renderings and technique, challenges audiences while employing their minds. His artistic process centers on a unique observation, conversation, and exploration of the local community. For this exhibition, the downtown Charleston community will serve as the soul and inspiration for Zimmermann’s artwork.

The show opens on May 21st at Redux Studios at 136 St. Philip Street.

Or, you can become a member of Redux and go to the preview party and artist talk on Wednesday, May 20 at 6 p.m.

Also, The Charleston City Paper recently did an article about the forthcoming show. Read it here.