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The Splatters Came First

Sioux City Art Center

"The splatters came first and then the drawings came second but that allowed him to pick out just the right size building so that they are incorporated really well into the splatters and sometimes even the tire tracks," says Behrens. "It's a really unusual project and such a creative way to try to connect to where you are. Literally taking the stuff that is in many ways impacting your life at a certain time of the year and converting that into art."

Works by Matt Drissell are currently on display in the Sioux City Art Center Selects exhibition which is on view through June 23rd.

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