"Gisela Colon: Pods" at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts

Dec. 15, 2017

An heir to California’s Finish Fetish and Light-and-Space movements, sculptor Gisela Colon brings biomorphic and chromatic enrichment to an underlying Minimalist rigor.   

Since 2012, Colon has eschewed paint in favor of an undisclosed acrylic layering technique. This method produces both ever-changing color effects on the surface of, and the illusion of ever-shifting forms within, the artist’s signature works—the organically shaped wall sculptures she has dubbed Pods.  More recently, Colon has developed a new series of freestanding forms known as Monoliths and Slabs with heights ranging from 8 feet to 15 feet tall, created utilizing aerospace technology. Colon exhibits regularly in galleries such as Diane Rosenstein Gallery, Los Angeles, and McClain Gallery, Houston, as well as public institutions. 

On view December 15, 2017 - February 4, 2018.

The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts
1 Love Street
San Angelo, TX 76903

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