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Thu, Mar 21


5305 Bolm Rd Bay 9, Austin, TX 78721, USA

SLOW FADE Xander Rudd

with music by BXll and Ron Austin, beverages provided by Guayaki, Nomadic Beer Works, and Querendon Tequila

SLOW FADE Xander Rudd
SLOW FADE Xander Rudd

Time & Location

Mar 21, 2024, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

5305 Bolm Rd Bay 9, Austin, TX 78721, USA

About the event

In this solo exhibition, “Slow Fade, ” Xander Rudd explores the essence of "fade" in his new mixed media paintings and the multi-dimensionality that lies within them. The paintings oscillate between abstraction and representation, blending organic forms with fabricated constructs. Within each piece, there exists a delicate interplay between painterly expression and graphic precision, inviting viewers to navigate the threshold between order and chaos. Gradients of color are central to the collection, dancing across the surface and serving as a conduit for transitioning between moments, realities, and states of mind.

A notable aspect of Rudd's work lies in the interconnectedness of each piece. They inform, yet also echo one another, creating a visual dialogue that resonates throughout the exhibition. Through a harmonious blend of form and color, viewers are encouraged to immerse themselves in the intricacies of texture and pattern, while also embracing the tranquil expanses of atmospheric fades. In essence, this exhibition offers a contemplative experience, inviting audiences to tune into the nuances of perception and to explore the subtle beauty found within the journey of transformation.

Xander Rudd is a visual Artist from Tennessee currently working out of his studio in Austin, Tx. He graduated from University of Tennessee with a Bachelors in Two-Dimensional Arts and a concentration in Painting in 2016. Since graduating, traveling and exploring other cultures has been a deep passion of Xander’s, being a nomad on and off throughout the years and painting murals across the world. His mixed media paintings draw from various experiences and impressions in his day to day life through an abstract lens. They vary from geometric-abstract and expressionism to surreal landscape and influences of the natural world. His work attempts to display a real sense of movement and a transference of information.


​Closing reception: April 4th, 2024 6-10pm

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