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After more than a decade of exhibiting with Galleri Urbane, Peter Gail Borden returns to Dallas to present "Diverse Fields." While many of Borden’s recent exhibitions with the gallery have included explorations in a wide range of media, including works on paper and welded-steel objects, this exhibition is comprised entirely of the resined panel paintings that have become a signature of the artist’s oeuvre. In each of his roles as an artist, architect, author, and professor, Borden’s projects are always driven by an interest in material, perception, and composition. This exhibition is no exception, including work that is rooted in ideas of spatial creation and the optics of perception.

Borden’s well-known architectural, resin paintings have evolved from earlier surveys of object-horizon relationships viewed from an expansive, external perspective. These have since transformed into studies of a more internal space, with abstracted planes and edges arranged to suggest a depth of field within. Color also plays an active role in the creation of space: fields of solid hues transcribe the form of an object and its relative position in space. Through this approach, the rectilinear panel becomes a portal that allows compositions to be read as shallow and deep at the same time.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through December 29.

After more than a decade of exhibiting with Galleri Urbane, Peter Gail Borden returns to Dallas to present "Diverse Fields." While many of Borden’s recent exhibitions with the gallery have included explorations in a wide range of media, including works on paper and welded-steel objects, this exhibition is comprised entirely of the resined panel paintings that have become a signature of the artist’s oeuvre. In each of his roles as an artist, architect, author, and professor, Borden’s projects are always driven by an interest in material, perception, and composition. This exhibition is no exception, including work that is rooted in ideas of spatial creation and the optics of perception.

Borden’s well-known architectural, resin paintings have evolved from earlier surveys of object-horizon relationships viewed from an expansive, external perspective. These have since transformed into studies of a more internal space, with abstracted planes and edges arranged to suggest a depth of field within. Color also plays an active role in the creation of space: fields of solid hues transcribe the form of an object and its relative position in space. Through this approach, the rectilinear panel becomes a portal that allows compositions to be read as shallow and deep at the same time.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through December 29.

After more than a decade of exhibiting with Galleri Urbane, Peter Gail Borden returns to Dallas to present "Diverse Fields." While many of Borden’s recent exhibitions with the gallery have included explorations in a wide range of media, including works on paper and welded-steel objects, this exhibition is comprised entirely of the resined panel paintings that have become a signature of the artist’s oeuvre. In each of his roles as an artist, architect, author, and professor, Borden’s projects are always driven by an interest in material, perception, and composition. This exhibition is no exception, including work that is rooted in ideas of spatial creation and the optics of perception.

Borden’s well-known architectural, resin paintings have evolved from earlier surveys of object-horizon relationships viewed from an expansive, external perspective. These have since transformed into studies of a more internal space, with abstracted planes and edges arranged to suggest a depth of field within. Color also plays an active role in the creation of space: fields of solid hues transcribe the form of an object and its relative position in space. Through this approach, the rectilinear panel becomes a portal that allows compositions to be read as shallow and deep at the same time.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through December 29.

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WHERE

Galleri Urbane
2277 Monitor St.
Dallas, TX 75207
https://www.galleriurbane.com/gail-peter-borden

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