Frank Olson and Mike Field
Frank Olson and Mike Field each formulate abstract e-art thats as trippy as it is intriguing. Olson, who works under a pseudonym, swirls and mirrors images in Photoshop for kaleidoscopic works rich with color and detail. Field writes computer programs that create images that look like theyre inside you prints such as End Game and Neural Net resemble microscopic views of cell and nerve structures. Other works by Field, like But Is It Art, are more quilt-like large and small triangles create a red, orange and yellow tribal pattern that burns against a black background. See what else emerged from Olson and Fields motherboards. Viewing is by appointment only. Through January 7. The Joanna Gallery, 4014 Graustark. For information or to schedule a viewing, call 713-825-1976 or visit www.thejoannawebsite.com. Free.
Dec. 13-Jan. 7, 2008
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