The Movement of Color: Angelika Wamsler at Studio Gallery
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In her recent solo exhibition at Studio Gallery in Dupont Circle, Angelika Wamsler seeks to confront the viewer with his own memories, thoughts and other brain-happenings.
Wamsler’s works on paper, the backgrounds in a variety of deep colors, each with a unique set of overlapping and interweaving circles, combines several square paintings mounted on white boards.
The German-born artist studied theoretical physics and art before moving to Washington 11 years ago, where she has enjoyed experimenting with different media and participating in a variety of group shows.
Wamsler will be at Studio Gallery on Saturday, March 9, from 4 to 6 pm to discuss her work that explores how thoughts and memory are connected with one another, and the effect that particular events have on a person’s life, “the imprints on your soul,” as Wamsler describes the “ghost prints of your memories, solely visible to a non-conscious you” are thought-provoking and universally recognized.
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