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Wally Workman Gallery will open "Moments," a two-person show with painters Lindsy Halleckson and Revi Meicler.

Halleckson’s ethereal colorscapes are inspired by the changes in atmosphere around the world. These works are able to create a sense of place without pointing to a specific location. They conjure up a feeling that immediately takes the viewer back to a certain place in time that is specific to that viewer’s past experiences.

Revi Meicler’s work also aims to capture a moment of human experience, one that originates from an internal push and pull. Her paintings explore the paradox of languishing and flourishing in the same moment through layered elements, netting and botanical forms at once obscure and reveal dynamic intricacies.

The exhibit will be on display through July 31.

Wally Workman Gallery will open "Moments," a two-person show with painters Lindsy Halleckson and Revi Meicler.

Halleckson’s ethereal colorscapes are inspired by the changes in atmosphere around the world. These works are able to create a sense of place without pointing to a specific location. They conjure up a feeling that immediately takes the viewer back to a certain place in time that is specific to that viewer’s past experiences.

Revi Meicler’s work also aims to capture a moment of human experience, one that originates from an internal push and pull. Her paintings explore the paradox of languishing and flourishing in the same moment through layered elements, netting and botanical forms at once obscure and reveal dynamic intricacies.

The exhibit will be on display through July 31.

Wally Workman Gallery will open "Moments," a two-person show with painters Lindsy Halleckson and Revi Meicler.

Halleckson’s ethereal colorscapes are inspired by the changes in atmosphere around the world. These works are able to create a sense of place without pointing to a specific location. They conjure up a feeling that immediately takes the viewer back to a certain place in time that is specific to that viewer’s past experiences.

Revi Meicler’s work also aims to capture a moment of human experience, one that originates from an internal push and pull. Her paintings explore the paradox of languishing and flourishing in the same moment through layered elements, netting and botanical forms at once obscure and reveal dynamic intricacies.

The exhibit will be on display through July 31.

WHEN

WHERE

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

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Admission is free.
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