Photo courtesy of Mokha Laget

Mokha Laget’s exhibit of irregularly shaped paintings, Color Into Space, will open at the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art. Ms. Laget was born in North Africa of French parents, and later in her career spent four years as the studio assistant to Gene Davis, Washington Color School painter. While he influenced her art, Laget’s colors are very much her own, based on experiences that ranged the world, from North Africa to the American Southwest. She now lives in Santa Fe. Her wonderfully rich and evocative qualities come from her original use of clay pigments on shaped canvases. Color and shape, each as important as the other, interact to create each painting.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through October 30.

Mokha Laget’s exhibit of irregularly shaped paintings, Color Into Space, will open at the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art. Ms. Laget was born in North Africa of French parents, and later in her career spent four years as the studio assistant to Gene Davis, Washington Color School painter. While he influenced her art, Laget’s colors are very much her own, based on experiences that ranged the world, from North Africa to the American Southwest. She now lives in Santa Fe. Her wonderfully rich and evocative qualities come from her original use of clay pigments on shaped canvases. Color and shape, each as important as the other, interact to create each painting.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through October 30.

Mokha Laget’s exhibit of irregularly shaped paintings, Color Into Space, will open at the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art. Ms. Laget was born in North Africa of French parents, and later in her career spent four years as the studio assistant to Gene Davis, Washington Color School painter. While he influenced her art, Laget’s colors are very much her own, based on experiences that ranged the world, from North Africa to the American Southwest. She now lives in Santa Fe. Her wonderfully rich and evocative qualities come from her original use of clay pigments on shaped canvases. Color and shape, each as important as the other, interact to create each painting.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through October 30.

WHEN

WHERE

The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art
3909 Carlisle St.
Dallas, TX 75204
http://www.geometricmadimuseum.org/

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