Mash Gallery throws an art party for its one-year anniversary and celebrates the opening of its summer group show. Curated by Haleh Mashian, “LUMEN” features light art by six contemporary artists who present a unified blend of Geometric Abstraction, Conceptual Realism, and Light and Space art. Artists: Include: Aaron Axelrod, Zara Monet Feeney, Marko Gavrilovic, Angela Johal, Laura Payne, and featuring a new Light Art installation by Lisa Schulte.
“LUMEN” is a multi-sensory showcase that is both ethereal and atmospheric, yet geometric and analytic. Work ranges from the two-dimensional, painted canvases, to three-dimensional works composed of alternative materials, plastics, glass, and metal.

“The Neon Queen,” Lisa Schulte, presents a site-specific installation, “Color Fields,” a three-dimensional greenhouse with abstract neon flowers, tools, and icons. Lisa shares, “When one enters the greenhouse, my intention is to convey a feeling of peace and serenity and enchantment.”

Serbian light artist, Marko Gavrilovic, presents an intricate series of suspended plexiglass sculptures in an ongoing series titled, “Sharks.” Illuminated multi-colored shapes intertwine with light, conversely meshing Geometric Abstraction with Light Art. Marko shares, “I explore the possibilities in which nature and built environments will coexist…”

On view: August 17 – September 21, 2019

What: Opening “LUMEN”
Where: Mash Gallery, 1325 Palmetto St., #Ste 130, LA, 90013