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Galleri Urbane presents Saskia Fleishman: "Scattered Light" opening reception

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Photo courtesy of Saskia Fleishman

Saskia Fleishman’s exhibition, "Scattered Light," refers to the phenomenon in which light rays, when encountering particles such as dust, smoke, water vapor, or gas molecules, abandon their original path and careen in a different direction. In Fleishman’s process, it all begins with her travels; she photographs landscapes, and upon her return to the studio she curates the images for use in her new paintings.

These images are printed onto a chiffon fabric which then becomes her canvas. Fleishman uses acrylic paint and sand from the landscapes as another layer on the surface, leaving intentional portals or shapes for the viewer to see the original imagery printed on the chiffon, giving more depth and illusion to the paintings.

In this new exhibition, Fleishman presents a series of landscapes abstracted further than in the past, revealing a blend of focus and blur, changing perspectives, and dichotomic textures.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 15.

Saskia Fleishman’s exhibition, "Scattered Light," refers to the phenomenon in which light rays, when encountering particles such as dust, smoke, water vapor, or gas molecules, abandon their original path and careen in a different direction. In Fleishman’s process, it all begins with her travels; she photographs landscapes, and upon her return to the studio she curates the images for use in her new paintings.

These images are printed onto a chiffon fabric which then becomes her canvas. Fleishman uses acrylic paint and sand from the landscapes as another layer on the surface, leaving intentional portals or shapes for the viewer to see the original imagery printed on the chiffon, giving more depth and illusion to the paintings.

In this new exhibition, Fleishman presents a series of landscapes abstracted further than in the past, revealing a blend of focus and blur, changing perspectives, and dichotomic textures.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 15.

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WHERE

Galleri Urbane Dallas
2277 Monitor St, Dallas, TX 75207, USA
https://galleriurbane.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.

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