Photo courtesy of Sarah Ferguson

Wally Workman Gallery presents "Nefelibata: Cloud Walker" by painter Sarah Ferguson. "Nefelibata" is a Portuguese word meaning cloud walker, derived from 'nephele' (cloud) and 'batha' (a place where you can walk).

Ferguson interprets this as an invitation for reflection; reflection of what we see in others as well as ourselves. These paintings explore that idea through their unifying sky blue center and their differing outer diffusions of color. Playing with the infinite trifecta of light, color and perception, Ferguson’s systematic compositions produce visual effects of surprising subtlety. Sarah Ferguson is an admirer of the Light and Space art movement, Minimalism, Hard-edge painting and Geometric abstraction.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on view through August 28.

Wally Workman Gallery presents "Nefelibata: Cloud Walker" by painter Sarah Ferguson. "Nefelibata" is a Portuguese word meaning cloud walker, derived from 'nephele' (cloud) and 'batha' (a place where you can walk).

Ferguson interprets this as an invitation for reflection; reflection of what we see in others as well as ourselves. These paintings explore that idea through their unifying sky blue center and their differing outer diffusions of color. Playing with the infinite trifecta of light, color and perception, Ferguson’s systematic compositions produce visual effects of surprising subtlety. Sarah Ferguson is an admirer of the Light and Space art movement, Minimalism, Hard-edge painting and Geometric abstraction.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on view through August 28.

Wally Workman Gallery presents "Nefelibata: Cloud Walker" by painter Sarah Ferguson. "Nefelibata" is a Portuguese word meaning cloud walker, derived from 'nephele' (cloud) and 'batha' (a place where you can walk).

Ferguson interprets this as an invitation for reflection; reflection of what we see in others as well as ourselves. These paintings explore that idea through their unifying sky blue center and their differing outer diffusions of color. Playing with the infinite trifecta of light, color and perception, Ferguson’s systematic compositions produce visual effects of surprising subtlety. Sarah Ferguson is an admirer of the Light and Space art movement, Minimalism, Hard-edge painting and Geometric abstraction.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on view through August 28.

WHEN

WHERE

Wally Workman Gallery
1202 W. 6th St.
Austin, TX 78703
http://wallyworkmangallery.com/

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