COLORS, SHAPES AND FORMS
A solo exhibition by Felix Carmelo Rios
September 9 — October 7
In Colors, Shapes and Forms, Felix explores the interplay between colors, shapes, and proportions, as well as the relationship between these elements and their surroundings. His work reflects a deep appreciation for the intrinsic beauty of shapes, which is evident in his meticulous attention to detail. Drawing inspiration from geometric abstraction and minimalism, he has developed a unique artistic language that allows him to convey his artistic vision effectively. Felix' use of proportions derived from the Fibonacci sequence and the Golden Ratio adds a sense of harmony and balance to his compositions. Additionally, his choice of color palette, influenced by Le Corbusier's Architectural Polychromy, adds depth and richness to his work. While his art is rooted in mathematical principles, it goes beyond mere analysis and seeks to evoke emotions and create a connection with the viewer through the rhythmic accuracy of geometric forms.