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Holly Johnson Gallery will present “Color Space,” an exhibit of new paintings by Miami-based artist, William Betts.

William Betts studio practice has always veered back-and-forth between representation and non-objective painting. While working with photographic and video based imagery, he became increasingly interested in how software and systems translated and rationalized pictorial information and started exploring these nuances and the possibilities of the technology as an aesthetic generator. The “Color Space” paintings are a visual representation of a technology process. The artist uses color and varying degrees of transparency to create the picture. The free-form shapes used to create the space provide a contrast to the uniformity and consistency of the patterning used to render the color transitions.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 10.

Holly Johnson Gallery will present “Color Space,” an exhibit of new paintings by Miami-based artist, William Betts.

William Betts studio practice has always veered back-and-forth between representation and non-objective painting. While working with photographic and video based imagery, he became increasingly interested in how software and systems translated and rationalized pictorial information and started exploring these nuances and the possibilities of the technology as an aesthetic generator. The “Color Space” paintings are a visual representation of a technology process. The artist uses color and varying degrees of transparency to create the picture. The free-form shapes used to create the space provide a contrast to the uniformity and consistency of the patterning used to render the color transitions.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 10.

Holly Johnson Gallery will present “Color Space,” an exhibit of new paintings by Miami-based artist, William Betts.

William Betts studio practice has always veered back-and-forth between representation and non-objective painting. While working with photographic and video based imagery, he became increasingly interested in how software and systems translated and rationalized pictorial information and started exploring these nuances and the possibilities of the technology as an aesthetic generator. The “Color Space” paintings are a visual representation of a technology process. The artist uses color and varying degrees of transparency to create the picture. The free-form shapes used to create the space provide a contrast to the uniformity and consistency of the patterning used to render the color transitions.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 10.

WHEN

WHERE

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

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Admission is free.
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