In her bold explorations of color and form, Mokha Laget has cited the influence of Gene Davis, whom she worked for as a studio assistant. Her affinity with his work - along with that of other members of the Washington Color School like Paul Reed and Ann Truitt - is brilliantly evidenced in her compositional sensibility. Laget says, "When I juxtapose a hot burnt orange with a cool dusty cerulean, I know just the kind of vibration I am seeking. I am looking to turn color into energy and create an emanation that draws the viewer into an energetic field of radiant color."
The exhibition runs through July 31st.