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Someday
Collaboration with Meryl Pataky
Acrylic and Graphite with Neon Light Assemblage
on panel
48"x60”
Front Room Gallery and the artist
Sebastian Wahl
Daydreamer
2012
30" x 40"
Collage in Resin
Courtesy Front Room Gallery and the artist
Someday
Collaboration with Meryl Pataky
Acrylic and Graphite with Neon Light Assemblage
on panel
Art

The Prismatic, Psychedelic Art of “Reflection/ Refraction”

By Sola Agustsson

July 2, 2014

“Reflection/ Refraction,” a group exhibit that closed over the weekend at Front Room Gallery, meditated on changing perceptions of pattern, form and color. Bound by an adherence to geometric abstraction, the work conceptually experimented with notions of space and balance, as well as light and shadow. The artists’ designs ranged from prismatic to psychedelic, sometimes deriving their structure from ancient symbols and religious imagery. Many of the works presented false optical impressions, manipulating the viewer’s immediate perception of the piece. The multidimensional works were especially trippy, as some were said to explore the fourth dimension.

Artists included in the exhibition were Mark Warren Jacques, Meryl Pataky, Randy Colosky, Sean Newport and Sebastian Wahl. The collection incorporated a variety of media such as painting, sculpture, wood, resin, neon and ceramic.

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Someday
Collaboration with Meryl Pataky
Acrylic and Graphite with Neon Light Assemblage
on panel
Front Room GalleryMark Warren JacquesMeryl PatakyRandy ColoskySean NewportSebastian Wahl

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