LIGHT SUSPENSIONS now on view!

Currently on view in the gallery is a solo exhibition, LIGHT SUSPENSIONS, featuring gallery artist, Tahiti Pehrson. LIGHT SUSPENSIONS will exhibit two and three-dimensional, highly detailed monochromatic hand-cut paper works. This show captivates the essence of duality of light and shadow, with the repetition of shapes.

Influenced by the rudimentary shapes in everyday objects, Pehrson’s creates a contrast and installs a sense of wonder in the viewer to depict the metaphysical implications of his hand-cut works. Pehrson’s employs light and shadow to convey the duality yet underscore of nature. The repetition of patterns establishes a rhythmic cadence in Pehrsons’ work integrating a larger fabric and theme centered around connectivity, systems, variation, and fragility.

Tahiti Pehrson has been working in and exhibiting in hand cut paper for the last fifteen years. Pehrson’s has exhibited in California, Portland, New York, Paris, London, and South Africa. In 2012 Pehrson presented a solo show at the University of San Francisco’s Cantor Museum and at the San Francisco Arts Commission. In March 2014 (ongoing) Pehrson’s created the window installations for The San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art in San Jose, California.

LIGHT SUSPENSIONS will be on view for the month of October.

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See you in the gallery!

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