Dot Paintings with Various Dialectical Concerns.

James Rowell

Drawn toward the use of dialectical dot painting as a form of freedom, Rowell invites one and all to study the processes of Thesis, Antithesis and Synthesis which have risen from the work of Aristotle and Michael Faraday in a survey of painted works.

Art Exhibition previously on at Guildford Lane Gallery (Closed) in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Wednesday 01 April 2009 to Sunday 03 May 2009

Aristotle 3. James Rowell, 2008. image

Published by Guildford Lane Gallery on Wednesday 18 March 2009.
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JAMES ROWELL
Dot Paintings with Various Dialectical Concerns.
1 – 19 APRIL 2009
Opening Night: Thursday April 2nd. 2009.
6pm-9pm.

Metaphysics is about the nature of being. It starts with the experience of sense data that is stationary, scales the dizzy heights of applied reason, and finally comes to rest upon a transcendent reality. On the 1st of April – 19th 2009 at Guildford Lane Gallery, Canberra based artist James Rowell will present Dot Painting with Various Dialectical concerns; an exhibition that explores the processes of reality through synthesis.

Drawn toward the use of dialectical dot painting as a form of freedom, Rowell invites one and all to study the processes of Thesis, Antithesis and Synthesis which have risen from the work of Aristotle and Michael Faraday in a survey of painted works.

Location

Guildford
20-24 Guildford Lane VIC Australia 3000
PO Box 12179 a’Beckett St., Melbourne 3008
Ph: +61 3 9642 0042 / Mob: +61 0422 442 363
Melways ref: Map 1A J1