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Laura Rathe Fine Art will present "Color Fields," a solo exhibition featuring new works by internationally acclaimed artist, Zhuang Hong Yi.

Brilliantly colorful and richly textured, the work of Zhuang Hong Yi has a powerful yet elegant presence. While flying between his hometown of Beijing and Holland, Zhuang was inspired by the breathtaking colors that shifted in the fields of flowers below. Wanting to recreate this experience through his art, Zhuang began using rice paper, a traditional Chinese material, and painstakingly began folding and forming symbolic flower motifs. He then adopts a more western approach by using blocks of bold and vibrant pigments that wondrously change from every angle, giving the semblance of bountiful fields of color.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition will be on display through February 8.

Laura Rathe Fine Art will present "Color Fields," a solo exhibition featuring new works by internationally acclaimed artist, Zhuang Hong Yi.

Brilliantly colorful and richly textured, the work of Zhuang Hong Yi has a powerful yet elegant presence. While flying between his hometown of Beijing and Holland, Zhuang was inspired by the breathtaking colors that shifted in the fields of flowers below. Wanting to recreate this experience through his art, Zhuang began using rice paper, a traditional Chinese material, and painstakingly began folding and forming symbolic flower motifs. He then adopts a more western approach by using blocks of bold and vibrant pigments that wondrously change from every angle, giving the semblance of bountiful fields of color.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition will be on display through February 8.

Laura Rathe Fine Art will present "Color Fields," a solo exhibition featuring new works by internationally acclaimed artist, Zhuang Hong Yi.

Brilliantly colorful and richly textured, the work of Zhuang Hong Yi has a powerful yet elegant presence. While flying between his hometown of Beijing and Holland, Zhuang was inspired by the breathtaking colors that shifted in the fields of flowers below. Wanting to recreate this experience through his art, Zhuang began using rice paper, a traditional Chinese material, and painstakingly began folding and forming symbolic flower motifs. He then adopts a more western approach by using blocks of bold and vibrant pigments that wondrously change from every angle, giving the semblance of bountiful fields of color.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition will be on display through February 8.

WHEN

WHERE

Laura Rathe Fine Art
1130 Dragon St.
Dallas, TX 75207
https://www.facebook.com/events/795267217588068/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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