Photo courtesy of Laura Rathe Fine Art Gallery

Laura Rathe Fine Art will present "Traces," a two-woman exhibition featuring new works by Lucrecia Waggoner and Audra Weaser.

"Traces" explores the timeless impressions of art, both physically and metaphorically, and the various processes in which they are created. Waggoner and Weaser’s particularly unique practices of mapping and excavating exemplify how art can leave an everlasting footprint.

Born and raised in Mexico City, Waggoner’s culture and upbringing has had a profound influence on her work. Her hand-thrown porcelain installations stem from her journey into reinvigorating the vestiges of ancient artistry. Waggoner’s work features organic forms, full of movement and wonder, charted to harmonize its surroundings and transcend the physical.

Los Angeles-based artist Weaser blankets successive layers of mixed media, continuously refining then obscuring the composition with a thin veil of white. From there, the highly physical process of excavation begins, using a sander to reveal the final balance of color and form. Her abstracted landscapes are illuminated from within, capturing the history of this symbolic unearthing.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through November 12.

Laura Rathe Fine Art will present "Traces," a two-woman exhibition featuring new works by Lucrecia Waggoner and Audra Weaser.

"Traces" explores the timeless impressions of art, both physically and metaphorically, and the various processes in which they are created. Waggoner and Weaser’s particularly unique practices of mapping and excavating exemplify how art can leave an everlasting footprint.

Born and raised in Mexico City, Waggoner’s culture and upbringing has had a profound influence on her work. Her hand-thrown porcelain installations stem from her journey into reinvigorating the vestiges of ancient artistry. Waggoner’s work features organic forms, full of movement and wonder, charted to harmonize its surroundings and transcend the physical.

Los Angeles-based artist Weaser blankets successive layers of mixed media, continuously refining then obscuring the composition with a thin veil of white. From there, the highly physical process of excavation begins, using a sander to reveal the final balance of color and form. Her abstracted landscapes are illuminated from within, capturing the history of this symbolic unearthing.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through November 12.

Laura Rathe Fine Art will present "Traces," a two-woman exhibition featuring new works by Lucrecia Waggoner and Audra Weaser.

"Traces" explores the timeless impressions of art, both physically and metaphorically, and the various processes in which they are created. Waggoner and Weaser’s particularly unique practices of mapping and excavating exemplify how art can leave an everlasting footprint.

Born and raised in Mexico City, Waggoner’s culture and upbringing has had a profound influence on her work. Her hand-thrown porcelain installations stem from her journey into reinvigorating the vestiges of ancient artistry. Waggoner’s work features organic forms, full of movement and wonder, charted to harmonize its surroundings and transcend the physical.

Los Angeles-based artist Weaser blankets successive layers of mixed media, continuously refining then obscuring the composition with a thin veil of white. From there, the highly physical process of excavation begins, using a sander to reveal the final balance of color and form. Her abstracted landscapes are illuminated from within, capturing the history of this symbolic unearthing.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through November 12.

WHEN

WHERE

Laura Rathe Fine Art
1130 Dragon St.
Dallas, TX 75207
https://www.laurarathe.com/show/laura-rathe-fine-art-traces---lucrecia-waggoner-audra-weaser-at-lrfa-dallas

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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