Pattern Pulp

Tuesday's Gallery Picks




gallerypicks_patternpulp73This week’s artists create their work from an assemblage of objects and images.

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1. Drawing from the four pillars of design—shape, form, pattern, and color—each artist in the exhibition uses various medium and technique resulting in a range of works that expand upon thought-generative concepts that push against assumptions of design at CES Contemporary
2. X-O’s (also known as Hyland Mather) artwork is made of found, recycled objects, which he gathers while roaming streets of various countries, visiting urban areas and industrial scrap and waste fields at Masters Projects
3. The Clayton Brothers examine the mythos, culture, and visual language of an archetypal second-hand store located near their studio at Mark Moore Gallery
4. Cut/Copy/Paste presents three American artists who explore the boundaries of the contemporary collage and the re-appropriation of images at Beers Contemporary
5. “My art consists of abstract compositions that stem out of images of patterns mostly found in nature. Photographs are processed into mechanical drawings that are then transformed through the use of vinyl, paint, glue, resin, wood, found materials, and even recycled artwork” at Mindy Soloman Gallery
6. Examining the south through art at 333 Montezuma Arts

 

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