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Photo by Kristen Cliburn

Kristen Cliburn’s immaculately executed canvases are visual distillations of the natural world. Cliburn views the work as allusions to the physical world through the “subtle isolation of color and light.” Their deceptively minimal appearance quickly gives way to an intense depth of presence, followed by an unanticipated sensory experience. Requiring the act of “slow seeing” Cliburn’s paintings can be positively transformative, calling on the viewer to stop, be still, and contemplate.

The exhibit will be on display until September 1-28.

Kristen Cliburn’s immaculately executed canvases are visual distillations of the natural world. Cliburn views the work as allusions to the physical world through the “subtle isolation of color and light.” Their deceptively minimal appearance quickly gives way to an intense depth of presence, followed by an unanticipated sensory experience. Requiring the act of “slow seeing” Cliburn’s paintings can be positively transformative, calling on the viewer to stop, be still, and contemplate.

The exhibit will be on display until September 1-28.

Kristen Cliburn’s immaculately executed canvases are visual distillations of the natural world. Cliburn views the work as allusions to the physical world through the “subtle isolation of color and light.” Their deceptively minimal appearance quickly gives way to an intense depth of presence, followed by an unanticipated sensory experience. Requiring the act of “slow seeing” Cliburn’s paintings can be positively transformative, calling on the viewer to stop, be still, and contemplate.

The exhibit will be on display until September 1-28.

WHEN

WHERE

The Jung Center
5200 Montrose Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
https://junghouston.org/art-exhibits

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Admission is free.
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