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Holly Johnson Gallery will present "Forced Perspective," a solo exhibition of recent work by Kim Cadmus Owens including recent paintings, digital paintings and sculptures, drawings, and prints, by the Dallas-based artist. The exhibition is the artist's third solo show with the gallery.

Kim Cadmus Owens grew up in Texas, studied fine art on both coasts and Japan, and returned to Dallas in 2006. Upon her arrival, she faced a city evolved. Recollecting Dallas architecture, her work examines absence and presence in each and blurring the distinction between their true details. Her paintings evoke a quick moment of passing as if glimpsed from a moving car. The pieces convey that moment of retrospect that is complex and overlapping-to the point that a person's perception becomes transfixed on the subject itself-heightening awareness.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through November 16.

Holly Johnson Gallery will present "Forced Perspective," a solo exhibition of recent work by Kim Cadmus Owens including recent paintings, digital paintings and sculptures, drawings, and prints, by the Dallas-based artist. The exhibition is the artist's third solo show with the gallery.

Kim Cadmus Owens grew up in Texas, studied fine art on both coasts and Japan, and returned to Dallas in 2006. Upon her arrival, she faced a city evolved. Recollecting Dallas architecture, her work examines absence and presence in each and blurring the distinction between their true details. Her paintings evoke a quick moment of passing as if glimpsed from a moving car. The pieces convey that moment of retrospect that is complex and overlapping-to the point that a person's perception becomes transfixed on the subject itself-heightening awareness.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through November 16.

Holly Johnson Gallery will present "Forced Perspective," a solo exhibition of recent work by Kim Cadmus Owens including recent paintings, digital paintings and sculptures, drawings, and prints, by the Dallas-based artist. The exhibition is the artist's third solo show with the gallery.

Kim Cadmus Owens grew up in Texas, studied fine art on both coasts and Japan, and returned to Dallas in 2006. Upon her arrival, she faced a city evolved. Recollecting Dallas architecture, her work examines absence and presence in each and blurring the distinction between their true details. Her paintings evoke a quick moment of passing as if glimpsed from a moving car. The pieces convey that moment of retrospect that is complex and overlapping-to the point that a person's perception becomes transfixed on the subject itself-heightening awareness.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through November 16.

WHEN

WHERE

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

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