Nashville area artists use geometric elements to express cultural perceptions James Perrin combines radically different painting techniques within each of his works, while commenting on consumer culture.
"Many of his paintings feature sinuous lines and electrifying gestures woven together with images of humanity to suggest the elasticity of time, space and consciousness," says Scala.
NASHVILLE, TENN.- Works by eight Nashville-area artists—Alex Blau, Patrick DeGuira, Warren Greene, Ron Lambert, James Perrin, Christopher Roberson, Terry Thacker and Amelia Winger-Bearskin—are on display in the Frist Center‘s Conte Community Arts Gallery from through Feb. 2, 2014. The exhibition, entitled Abstractometry, features works that employ geometric patterns, typography or other graphic codes to express cultural factors that shape our lives.
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