Photo courtesy of Meredith Pardue

Laura Rathe Fine Art presents a solo exhibition featuring works by Texas artist and contemporary painter, Meredith Pardue. All the Emerald Oceans will feature paintings from Pardue’s latest body of work that draws inspiration from ocean tides.

As a painter, Pardue combines intuitive gesture with deliberate mark making. Often starting from a pale ground, she builds up her surface with successive layers of paint in colorful applications that range from delicate ink stains to more pigment rich brushstrokes. The varied textures and layered coloring of Pardue’s plantlike forms reflect the history of this cumulative and organic process.

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

Laura Rathe Fine Art presents a solo exhibition featuring works by Texas artist and contemporary painter, Meredith Pardue. All the Emerald Oceans will feature paintings from Pardue’s latest body of work that draws inspiration from ocean tides.

As a painter, Pardue combines intuitive gesture with deliberate mark making. Often starting from a pale ground, she builds up her surface with successive layers of paint in colorful applications that range from delicate ink stains to more pigment rich brushstrokes. The varied textures and layered coloring of Pardue’s plantlike forms reflect the history of this cumulative and organic process.

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

Laura Rathe Fine Art presents a solo exhibition featuring works by Texas artist and contemporary painter, Meredith Pardue. All the Emerald Oceans will feature paintings from Pardue’s latest body of work that draws inspiration from ocean tides.

As a painter, Pardue combines intuitive gesture with deliberate mark making. Often starting from a pale ground, she builds up her surface with successive layers of paint in colorful applications that range from delicate ink stains to more pigment rich brushstrokes. The varied textures and layered coloring of Pardue’s plantlike forms reflect the history of this cumulative and organic process.

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

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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