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G Spot Gallery presents Zeke Williams: "Double Clutch" opening reception

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Image courtesy of Zeke Williams

G Spot Gallery will present "Double Clutch," an exhibition by Dallas artist Zeke Williams.

Williams begins his digital paintings in the gaming app “Noby Noby Boy” to create the unique compositions of the works. The paintings continue to evolve in Adobe Illustrator, where the outlines are filled with prints either remixed or originally created by Williams. Each original work is printed onto canvas and presented as a continuous diptych or triptych, with Williams rotating the pairing of paintings. Working in an exclusively digital format, Williams sees the possibilities for works being more infinite than working within the limitations of other classical mediums.

The pattern mixing in both the paintings and the pairings of Williams’ works sends the viewer on a hunt in connecting works and noticing similarities and differences in origins. To Williams, in each work, the viewer gets “most of the flavors mixed together, but not all” – leaving room for discovery and the urge for the viewer’s gaze to move around among the paintings.

The exhibition will remain on display through January 9.

G Spot Gallery will present "Double Clutch," an exhibition by Dallas artist Zeke Williams.

Williams begins his digital paintings in the gaming app “Noby Noby Boy” to create the unique compositions of the works. The paintings continue to evolve in Adobe Illustrator, where the outlines are filled with prints either remixed or originally created by Williams. Each original work is printed onto canvas and presented as a continuous diptych or triptych, with Williams rotating the pairing of paintings. Working in an exclusively digital format, Williams sees the possibilities for works being more infinite than working within the limitations of other classical mediums.

The pattern mixing in both the paintings and the pairings of Williams’ works sends the viewer on a hunt in connecting works and noticing similarities and differences in origins. To Williams, in each work, the viewer gets “most of the flavors mixed together, but not all” – leaving room for discovery and the urge for the viewer’s gaze to move around among the paintings.

The exhibition will remain on display through January 9.

G Spot Gallery will present "Double Clutch," an exhibition by Dallas artist Zeke Williams.

Williams begins his digital paintings in the gaming app “Noby Noby Boy” to create the unique compositions of the works. The paintings continue to evolve in Adobe Illustrator, where the outlines are filled with prints either remixed or originally created by Williams. Each original work is printed onto canvas and presented as a continuous diptych or triptych, with Williams rotating the pairing of paintings. Working in an exclusively digital format, Williams sees the possibilities for works being more infinite than working within the limitations of other classical mediums.

The pattern mixing in both the paintings and the pairings of Williams’ works sends the viewer on a hunt in connecting works and noticing similarities and differences in origins. To Williams, in each work, the viewer gets “most of the flavors mixed together, but not all” – leaving room for discovery and the urge for the viewer’s gaze to move around among the paintings.

The exhibition will remain on display through January 9.

WHEN

WHERE

G Spot Gallery
223 E. 11th St.
Houston, TX 77008
https://www.gspotgallery.com/index.php

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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