Laura Rathe Fine Art – Dallas

Laura Rathe Fine Art - Dallas


1130 Dragon Street, Suite 130

Dallas, Texas 75207



Lucrecia Waggoner: Dichotomy

An exhibition of installations by artist Lucrecia Waggoner. The pieces in the show are inspired by forms found in nature and abstract visions of landscapes.

Stallman / Mars: Iconic Patterns

An exhibition featuring works by the collaborative duo Stallman and pieces by artist Robert Mars. The artists in the show create works that “incorporate energetic forms, patterns,...

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Lucrecia Waggoner: Stardust

A show of works by Lucrecia Waggoner. From the gallery: “Waggoner’s installations transform spaces and environments with dynamic compositions that suggest graceful movement and explore the...

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DEVINE / STALLMAN: Curvilinear

A show featuring works by artist duo Stallman (Stephen Stum and Jason Hallman) and metal sculptor Matt Devine.

Hunt Slonem: Fauna

An exhibition of works by New York-based artist Hunt Slonem. The artist is known for his paintings of butterflies, rabbits, and tropical birds.

Roi James: Parting Forms

A show of recent works by artist Roi James, whose paintings are conceptual, meditative abstract constructions.

Christopher H Martin: Twenty Years

New, reverse-glass abstract paintings by international artist Christopher H. Martin, who’s been making work inspired by celestial elements and organic forms for 20 years.

Judith Foosaner & Gian Garofalo

Two artists explore abstraction, Garofalo paints in vivid stripes and Foosaner investigates the relationship between black and white tones and shadows.

Unfolding: Lucrecia Waggoner

Ceramicist raised in Mexico City, Waggoner in this solo outing evokes nature in her sculpture and installations.

Meredith Pardue: The Elysian Fields

In her upcoming solo exhibition Meredith Pardue presents a series inspired by the Greek mythological landscapes of Elysium.

Matt Devine & Mel DeWees: Outlined

Laura Rathe Fine Art announces the debut exhibition Outlined featuring the latest series of works by sculptor Matt Devine and painter Mel DeWees.

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