HOLLOW GOLD SHELL
LEFT FIELD GALLERY

Nathan Randall Green's paintings act as a study in tension between order and chaos. The five canvases are roughly circular in shape, and are divided into irregular radiating wedges of color. Harmonious colors are held in suspension across textured surfaces coming toward a center but not meeting. Green's paintings set up and then disrupt the expectation of a simple geometry.

-Erik Davis-Heim

Nathan Randall Green

November 3 – December 10, 2017
Left Field Gallery
San Luis Obispo, California | Reaction

Images courtesy Left Field

HOLLOW GOLD SHELL
LEFT FIELD GALLERY

Nathan Randall Green's paintings act as a study in tension between order and chaos. The five canvases are roughly circular in shape, and are divided into irregular radiating wedges of color. Harmonious colors are held in suspension across textured surfaces coming toward a center but not meeting. Green's paintings set up and then disrupt the expectation of a simple geometry.

-Erik Davis-Heim


Nathan Randall Green


November 3 – December 10, 2017
Left Field Gallery
San Luis Obispo, California | Reaction

Images courtesy Left Field

HOLLOW GOLD SHELL
LEFT FIELD GALLERY

Nathan Randall Green's paintings act as a study in tension between order and chaos. The five canvases are roughly circular in shape, and are divided into irregular radiating wedges of color. Harmonious colors are held in suspension across textured surfaces coming toward a center but not meeting. Green's paintings set up and then disrupt the expectation of a simple geometry.

-Erik Davis-Heim


Nathan Randall Green


November 3 – December 10, 2017
Left Field Gallery
San Luis Obispo, California | Reaction

Images courtesy Left Field

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