Currently on view at Corey Helford Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles, Beau Stanton’s latest solo exhibition titled Prismatic Paradigm presents a new body of work that fuses familiar gothic motifs and geometric archetypes with a diverse range of techniques including oil painting, printmaking, stained glass, woodworking, sculpture, and aerosol.

Cryptic kaleidoscopic images occupy an immersive installation that illuminates and transports the viewer into a surreal space existing in an ambiguous time and place. Translucent layers of color glow between meticulously designed frameworks that compose rose window-like portals and multifaceted sculptures creating carefully crafted displays of light and shadow.

While balancing apocryphal references to religious iconography with calculated geometric forms and engineered objects, Stanton concocts a luminous journey for the subconscious where past and present collide in a visual bacchanalia of chromatic brilliance.

The exhibition will remain on view through July 8th, open Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 6pm.

571 S Anderson St (Enter on Willow St)
Los Angeles, CA 90033
(310) 287-2340

For inquiries about pricing and availability, please contact the gallery’s director Sherri Trahan, sherri(at)