Solana Beach City Hall Gallery presents an exhibition titled ‘Geometry & Assemblage’

By Stephen M. Wilkens

A solo exhibition of geometric paintings and wooden sculptures by artist Stephen M. Wilkens is on display in the Solana Beach City Hall Gallery until Aug. 15. Intricate wood assemblages of ornate and everyday paraphernalia are in contrast with the simple, clean compositions of 57 brightly colored paintings.

Stephen M. Wilkens

“The sculptures are comprehensive and every vantage point offers new intricacies to explore.

“The vivid paintings of triangles, circles, and squares are amazing in their diversity with a fun, child-like quality.”

Visit the City Hall Gallery during regular business hours at 635 S Hwy 101, Solana Beach, CA 92075; (858) 720-2400 or 858-720-2454.

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