Hi-Fructose: Opening Night Review

The wonderful Caro from Hi-Fructose Magazine came to my most recent opening at Corey Helford Gallery this past Saturday and wrote this review:

"Beau Stanton, known for his steampunk-esque murals, shocks the room with his diagram paintings on the opposite wall. For his debut “Cartography of the Machine,” he found inspiration in 19th century art and medical drawings, mixed with his own creative twist. Layers of motifs such as florals and letterpress graphics radiate from his subjects, almost to the effect of stained glass. He calls this style “Ornamental Realism”, a product of his obsession with patterns. Even his shoes at opening night were hand-painted with the same delicate designs. Similar to Caesar, Stanton is carefully experimenting with the principles of old and new."

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