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Holly Johnson Gallery will be presenting an upcoming solo exhibition by Dallas based artist Douglas Leon Cartmel. The exhibition, titled "White Noise," marks the artist's solo debut at the gallery and features a selection of new paintings that will include white noise paintings, seascapes and abstractions.

The "White Noise" paintings are based on graphic mapping of actual atmospheric spectral data, which can be interpreted as acoustic or color spectrum maps, where the total range of 'tone' is equally distributed throughout the field. (The use of the term white noise is used in many fields of study, from sound engineering to statistical mathematics.)

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 18.

Holly Johnson Gallery will be presenting an upcoming solo exhibition by Dallas based artist Douglas Leon Cartmel. The exhibition, titled "White Noise," marks the artist's solo debut at the gallery and features a selection of new paintings that will include white noise paintings, seascapes and abstractions.

The "White Noise" paintings are based on graphic mapping of actual atmospheric spectral data, which can be interpreted as acoustic or color spectrum maps, where the total range of 'tone' is equally distributed throughout the field. (The use of the term white noise is used in many fields of study, from sound engineering to statistical mathematics.)

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 18.

Holly Johnson Gallery will be presenting an upcoming solo exhibition by Dallas based artist Douglas Leon Cartmel. The exhibition, titled "White Noise," marks the artist's solo debut at the gallery and features a selection of new paintings that will include white noise paintings, seascapes and abstractions.

The "White Noise" paintings are based on graphic mapping of actual atmospheric spectral data, which can be interpreted as acoustic or color spectrum maps, where the total range of 'tone' is equally distributed throughout the field. (The use of the term white noise is used in many fields of study, from sound engineering to statistical mathematics.)

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 18.

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WHERE

Holly Johnson Gallery
1845 Levee St.
#100
Dallas, TX 75207
http://www.hollyjohnsongallery.com/

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