Ro2: Artist Talk and Closing Receptions for Lindsay McCulloch: Double Rainbow and Matthew Wood: Closet Romantic this Saturday!

CLOSING SATURDAY!
LINDSAY McCULLOCH & 
MATTHEW WOOD
Ro2 Art will have a closing reception for our current solo exhibitions, Lindsay McCullochDouble Rainbow and Matthew Wood: Closet Romantic, featuring an artist talk by Matthew Wood! Join us this Saturday, October 29, at 3pmto hear more about the works in the show, followed by refreshments!
Lindsey McCulloch:
Double Rainbow
Double Rainbow
Lindsay McCulloch

LAST CHANCE TO SEE!
Saturday, Oct 29, 2022



Ro2 Art in The Cedars
1501  S. Ervay St.
Dallas, TX 75215

 In her exhibit Double Rainbow, Lindsay McCulloch presents a series of dimensional paintings and paper works which stretch and investigate the boundaries of the medium. Informed by the history of non-objective painting, the work showcases, expands on, and purposefully upends formal painting traditions with a carefully crafted balance of gestural expression and surgical precision. As they push into the realm of sculpture, McCulloch’s pieces bypass the typical boundaries of the two-dimensional picture plane to question and subvert the mode of illusionism expected of painting. Double Rainbow sets out to occupy and renegotiate the perceived boundaries between artistic disciplines and denotations, inviting viewers to reconsider the way they experience and consider art.
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Matthew Wood:
Closet Romantic
Closet Romantic
Matthew Wood

ARTIST TALK 
Followed by CLOSING RECEPTION
Saturday, Oct 29, 2022
3-5PM

Ro2 Art in The Cedars
1501  S. Ervay St.
Dallas, TX 75215
 Closet Romantic consists of works Matthew Wood calls Biomorphagrams, the product of Wood’s search for visual expression aside from traditional painting. These Biomorphagrams are composed of a rare, vintage paper called Chroma Rama, as well as paint chip samples and magazine cut outs. Wood combines these materials, taking cues from movements and artists such as Cubism, Abstract Expressionism, Francis Bacon, Salvador Dali and Henri Matisse, to create multidimensional works somewhere between static and fluid, and past and present. In a space of its own, Closet Romantic serves as Wood’s most recent installment of his Biomorphagrams, furthering his exploration in alternative means of making paintings, as well as paying homage to figure painting throughout history.
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