Photo courtesy of Art On Henderson Pop-Up

Joseph Haubert found his love for urban aesthetic very early on. He originally started his photography journey taking abstract shots for his design work, when he was a graphics designer for the city of Arlington. He then experimented with editorial and fashion but the iPhone and social media changed everything for him. Having a small camera with him at all times and multiple platforms he could share his work on, motivated him to take photos whenever a photograph needed to be taken.

Gary Perrone's work consists of a quest for a perfect meditative state and its depiction through geometric and kaleidoscopic progressions of light and color. The concept for his paintings is based on the idea that thoughts indiscernible to the naked eye can be represented visually. That considered, he aims to give shape to his own thought processes and the visual noise therein. Streams of consciousness have rhythm and color, omnipresent layers that can enhance or obscure the ostensible. An order emerges as he fills the canvas revealing a path towards the innermost self.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition will be on display through March 30.

Joseph Haubert found his love for urban aesthetic very early on. He originally started his photography journey taking abstract shots for his design work, when he was a graphics designer for the city of Arlington. He then experimented with editorial and fashion but the iPhone and social media changed everything for him. Having a small camera with him at all times and multiple platforms he could share his work on, motivated him to take photos whenever a photograph needed to be taken.

Gary Perrone's work consists of a quest for a perfect meditative state and its depiction through geometric and kaleidoscopic progressions of light and color. The concept for his paintings is based on the idea that thoughts indiscernible to the naked eye can be represented visually. That considered, he aims to give shape to his own thought processes and the visual noise therein. Streams of consciousness have rhythm and color, omnipresent layers that can enhance or obscure the ostensible. An order emerges as he fills the canvas revealing a path towards the innermost self.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition will be on display through March 30.

Joseph Haubert found his love for urban aesthetic very early on. He originally started his photography journey taking abstract shots for his design work, when he was a graphics designer for the city of Arlington. He then experimented with editorial and fashion but the iPhone and social media changed everything for him. Having a small camera with him at all times and multiple platforms he could share his work on, motivated him to take photos whenever a photograph needed to be taken.

Gary Perrone's work consists of a quest for a perfect meditative state and its depiction through geometric and kaleidoscopic progressions of light and color. The concept for his paintings is based on the idea that thoughts indiscernible to the naked eye can be represented visually. That considered, he aims to give shape to his own thought processes and the visual noise therein. Streams of consciousness have rhythm and color, omnipresent layers that can enhance or obscure the ostensible. An order emerges as he fills the canvas revealing a path towards the innermost self.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition will be on display through March 30.

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WHERE

Art on Henderson Pop-Up
1802 McMillan Ave.
Dallas, TX 75206
http://www.artonhenderson.com/

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