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Barry Whistler Gallery presents Lorraine Tady: "Inter-Spatial" opening reception

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Photo courtesy of Lorraine Tady

"Inter-Spatial" is a solo exhibition by Lorraine Tady that will represent her new body of work, mostly consisting of seven large scale canvases which have incorporated elements from her monotypes, drawings, and smaller canvases.

The field of color in which this mark-making occurs in Tady’s paintings is mostly undelineated. Colors fade together and burst through one another. It is as though people are given a view into another cosmos, a universe governed by conditional interactions of which they know nothing. Yet moments exist within the paintings which assert them as the products of stratified invention.

There are instances and passages in the work that glitch, an unexpected hard line will cause the termination of an otherwise organic form. This calls back to the forms and mechanisms of looking, and is a declaration of artifice and detachment. Further to this, often there is a slight acknowledgement of the edge of the painting, an expanse of color will terminate just before the end of the canvas. This creates framing within the painting and affirms the singularity of the painting.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 22.

"Inter-Spatial" is a solo exhibition by Lorraine Tady that will represent her new body of work, mostly consisting of seven large scale canvases which have incorporated elements from her monotypes, drawings, and smaller canvases.

The field of color in which this mark-making occurs in Tady’s paintings is mostly undelineated. Colors fade together and burst through one another. It is as though people are given a view into another cosmos, a universe governed by conditional interactions of which they know nothing. Yet moments exist within the paintings which assert them as the products of stratified invention.

There are instances and passages in the work that glitch, an unexpected hard line will cause the termination of an otherwise organic form. This calls back to the forms and mechanisms of looking, and is a declaration of artifice and detachment. Further to this, often there is a slight acknowledgement of the edge of the painting, an expanse of color will terminate just before the end of the canvas. This creates framing within the painting and affirms the singularity of the painting.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 22.

WHEN

WHERE

Barry Whistler Gallery
315 Cole St #120, Dallas, TX 75207, USA
https://www.barrywhistlergallery.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.

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