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Photo courtesy of Loring Taoka

Returning for his fourth solo exhibition with the gallery, Loring Taoka presents a new series of 13 paintings in "Oh Well." This exhibition reflects a current shift in Taoka’s studio practice from his well-known paintings on plexiglass to new explorations on panel. Taoka utilizes this updated surface to advance his concerns with ideas of perception, a process that requires developing alternative approaches to communicating the illusion of flat and dimensional space. Significant roles are played by geometric shapes and color choices, altogether creating an experience that requires viewers to question what they are seeing.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through March 28.

Returning for his fourth solo exhibition with the gallery, Loring Taoka presents a new series of 13 paintings in "Oh Well." This exhibition reflects a current shift in Taoka’s studio practice from his well-known paintings on plexiglass to new explorations on panel. Taoka utilizes this updated surface to advance his concerns with ideas of perception, a process that requires developing alternative approaches to communicating the illusion of flat and dimensional space. Significant roles are played by geometric shapes and color choices, altogether creating an experience that requires viewers to question what they are seeing.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through March 28.

Returning for his fourth solo exhibition with the gallery, Loring Taoka presents a new series of 13 paintings in "Oh Well." This exhibition reflects a current shift in Taoka’s studio practice from his well-known paintings on plexiglass to new explorations on panel. Taoka utilizes this updated surface to advance his concerns with ideas of perception, a process that requires developing alternative approaches to communicating the illusion of flat and dimensional space. Significant roles are played by geometric shapes and color choices, altogether creating an experience that requires viewers to question what they are seeing.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through March 28.

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Galleri Urbane
2277 Monitor St.
Dallas, TX 75207
http://www.galleriurbane.com/

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