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From The Examiner Written by Yeni Alvarez
Exhibition Titled Perspective in Motion is Featured on the Huffington Post and Showcases Hockney-inspired Photo Collages and Paintings Highlighting The Artist’s Love of Vivid Color and Form Altered by Light
Artist Christopher Jules White explores the intersections of vivid color, light and form in PERSPECTIVE IN MOTION, a collection of photo collages and paintings on display at the Gregory Way Gallery in Beverly Hills. The exhibition of the Texas native’s work opens with a special reception at the Gallery on Saturday, March 26 from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. and runs through April 30, 2011.
“I use images and colors instead of words when I express myself because both have different capacities than words do,” says White. “I am affected by light which alters color and form and allows me to see something in an individual way. This is what I paint—the very individual thing that I see because of the effect of the light. And capturing that individuality is the essence, I think, of what painting is.”
The exhibition is featured on The Huffington Post, with the Post’s Rajeev Goyal saying this about the artist’s work: “White's bold photo collages of California, Japan, Switzerland and Alabama are Hockneyesque but very much his individual eye. They mark interesting truths about photography and experience, particularly in the large collage entitled ‘Japan at Rest.’ The elongated beauty of the oriental dining room with a spectacular view is a detailed and rich memory.”
The exhibition comprises pieces with subject matter ranging from places to still life and includes works such as Reflections of Form, a painting of the artist’s wife; and photo collages such as The Porch; Japan at Rest; The Gate; Wengen; andThe Typewriter.
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Jules's artwork has been used as the cover art for both I Am Everyone I Meet: Random Encounters on the Streets of Los Angeles and Observations without Daddy by James P. White. Here is another little piece of artwork for you to observe. What do you think of it? Don't be shy! Let us know!