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Patrick Jones Gallery presents "K(not) Paintings" opening reception

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Photo courtesy of by Milo Baon

Patrick Jones Gallery presents "K(not) Paintings," featuring a new era of contemporary artists, Jesus Pedraglio Belmont and Milo Baon. Both artists have developed a unique form and function to their works, making them highly sought after in contemporary art hubs such as Miami and Madrid.

Prominently collected in South America and Miami, Belmont's work proposes a construction in which the thread becomes the canvas and painting. He proposes the union between the geometric and the organic using unusual materials to investigate the formal structure and the vibration / tension of color. Belmont's goal is to create a sense of "Moving Energy" and "Space Seduction," where the start and end to each piece are "All Relative." Permanently residing in the celebrity collections of Neymar, Pau Gasol, Juan Mata and Marc Márquez, Milo Baon has emerged taking on the Spanish art scene.

Baon paints with a screwdriver which never touches the canvas, achieving an illusion up close. The painting could seem like an abstract work due to the colors and lines, but with the distance a realistic and perfectly defined image appears.

Patrick Jones Gallery presents "K(not) Paintings," featuring a new era of contemporary artists, Jesus Pedraglio Belmont and Milo Baon. Both artists have developed a unique form and function to their works, making them highly sought after in contemporary art hubs such as Miami and Madrid.

Prominently collected in South America and Miami, Belmont's work proposes a construction in which the thread becomes the canvas and painting. He proposes the union between the geometric and the organic using unusual materials to investigate the formal structure and the vibration / tension of color. Belmont's goal is to create a sense of "Moving Energy" and "Space Seduction," where the start and end to each piece are "All Relative." Permanently residing in the celebrity collections of Neymar, Pau Gasol, Juan Mata and Marc Márquez, Milo Baon has emerged taking on the Spanish art scene.

Baon paints with a screwdriver which never touches the canvas, achieving an illusion up close. The painting could seem like an abstract work due to the colors and lines, but with the distance a realistic and perfectly defined image appears.

Patrick Jones Gallery presents "K(not) Paintings," featuring a new era of contemporary artists, Jesus Pedraglio Belmont and Milo Baon. Both artists have developed a unique form and function to their works, making them highly sought after in contemporary art hubs such as Miami and Madrid.

Prominently collected in South America and Miami, Belmont's work proposes a construction in which the thread becomes the canvas and painting. He proposes the union between the geometric and the organic using unusual materials to investigate the formal structure and the vibration / tension of color. Belmont's goal is to create a sense of "Moving Energy" and "Space Seduction," where the start and end to each piece are "All Relative." Permanently residing in the celebrity collections of Neymar, Pau Gasol, Juan Mata and Marc Márquez, Milo Baon has emerged taking on the Spanish art scene.

Baon paints with a screwdriver which never touches the canvas, achieving an illusion up close. The painting could seem like an abstract work due to the colors and lines, but with the distance a realistic and perfectly defined image appears.

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Patrick Jones Gallery
1100 Hi Line Dr.
Suite 122
Dallas, TX 75207
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/knot-paintings-tickets-395181427287

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Admission is free.
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