Mixed: the nature of exploration

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Mixed: the nature of exploration

Time: October 12, 2018 at 6pm to November 1, 2018 at 9pm
Location: Leigh and Paige Fine Art
Street: 1309 Wildwood Ave
City/Town: Columbus, GA 31906
Website or Map: http://leighandpaige.com
Event Type: solo, show
Organized By: Shelley Helms Fleishman
Latest Activity: Oct 2

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Shelley Helms Fleishman

Mixed: the nature of exploration

Opening Reception October 12th, 6:30-9:00

Leigh and Paige Fine Art

1309 Wildwood Ave.

Columbus, GA 31906

 

Shelley’s work is an investigative, layered approach to seeing light and color.  Her pieces are almost prismatic at times -- breaking down an image into pixelated brush strokes or building the image from a composite of found items or papers.  Shelley examines traditional subjects in nature (flowers, landscapes, figures, abstracts) using a variety of methods, including resin pours and encaustics.  Her solo show spans over 60 works, providing an unusual opportunity to share the artist perspective on the challenge of using different materials for shared themes.  

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