Art opening reception: Massive Silence: Raphaelle Goethals

Photo courtesy of the artist

Focusing on painting as a space of exploration, Belgium-native Raphaëlle Goethals has used wax and resin as her signature medium for the past 15 years. Probing the physicality of the materials, Goethals works in a process of layering, pouring, scraping and effacing, leaving traces of earlier information to elicit from the viewer a continuous shifting in the perception of forms.

At the intersection of the intuitive and the decisive, these paintings celebrate uncertainty and flux. Ultimately, these paintings are massively silent.

Goethals graduated with a BFA from Atelier 75 in Brussels. She went on to receive an AAS degree from Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, Calif.

On view through Aug. 24.



Wade Wilson Art
4411 Montrose Blvd., Ste. 200
Houston, TX 77006


Admission is free.
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