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Geometry in art exhibit will take shape at Science Museum Oklahoma
Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries will host a GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibition, with an opening reception set for 7 to 10 p.m. July 28 in the Satellite Galleries.
The exhibition features the art of Oklahoma artists Bryan Boone, Dan Garrett, Klint Schor, Noel Torrey, Eric Wright and David Bizzaro. The reception is open to the public. The show will run until Jan. 14.
“GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibition ties in perfectly with Science Museum Oklahoma's newly installed Geometry Playground,” said Scott Henderson, Satellite Galleries director for Science Museum Oklahoma.
“This art exhibition shows another side of geometry, examining the artists' personal relationship with shapes, emphasizing the beauty behind math, and why it is important to the creative process. GEOMETRIX will also feature a special hands-on collaborative installation by Bizzaro and OHM Space.”
The six established Oklahoma artists have come together for an exhibition that showcases their individual geometric ingenuity, according to a news release from the science museum. Alongside the artwork, the plans, sketches and equations behind the creations will be on display. The exhibition of geometric art examines the artist's personal relationship with shapes, emphasizes the beauty behind math, and why it is important to the creative process.