Photo courtesy of Zhuang Hong Yi

Laura Rathe Fine Art presents an introductory solo exhibition, “Chromatic Shift,” featuring new works by internationally acclaimed artist, Zhuang Hong Yi.

Brilliantly colorful and richly textured, the work of Zhuang Hong Yi has a remarkably physical presence. His recent “Flower Bed” works are made of delicate rice paper, which the artist hand paints and carefully folds into hundreds of tiny flower buds. The artist densely gathers these elements into dazzling three-dimensional constructions with colors that shift depending on the viewer’s perspective. This visual play of color and organic form evokes many of nature’s processes, most notably beautiful gardens bursting into life.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 7.

Laura Rathe Fine Art presents an introductory solo exhibition, “Chromatic Shift,” featuring new works by internationally acclaimed artist, Zhuang Hong Yi.

Brilliantly colorful and richly textured, the work of Zhuang Hong Yi has a remarkably physical presence. His recent “Flower Bed” works are made of delicate rice paper, which the artist hand paints and carefully folds into hundreds of tiny flower buds. The artist densely gathers these elements into dazzling three-dimensional constructions with colors that shift depending on the viewer’s perspective. This visual play of color and organic form evokes many of nature’s processes, most notably beautiful gardens bursting into life.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 7.

Laura Rathe Fine Art presents an introductory solo exhibition, “Chromatic Shift,” featuring new works by internationally acclaimed artist, Zhuang Hong Yi.

Brilliantly colorful and richly textured, the work of Zhuang Hong Yi has a remarkably physical presence. His recent “Flower Bed” works are made of delicate rice paper, which the artist hand paints and carefully folds into hundreds of tiny flower buds. The artist densely gathers these elements into dazzling three-dimensional constructions with colors that shift depending on the viewer’s perspective. This visual play of color and organic form evokes many of nature’s processes, most notably beautiful gardens bursting into life.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through October 7.

WHEN

WHERE

Laura Rathe Fine Art
1130 Dragon St.
Dallas, TX 75207
http://www.laurarathe.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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