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Ricardo Paniagua
of Dallas
"Intersections of Dimension"
Kolanowski Studio

Ricardo Paniagua is known for his trompe l'oeil and geometric paintings and sculptures which explore the relationship between color, line and form. He draws inspiration from a backlog of concepts and projects stemming from his dynamic and ubiquitous dreams and visions. Paniagua’s brilliant geometric sculpture for True North 2024, “Intersections of Dimension”—made of laser-cut and -welded steel and automotive paint—continues his work originating from a lucid dream where he observed a vivid hypercube—painted in a multicolored array of stripes—turning and moving on the many planes of the form itself.


A self-taught artist whose works have been shown all over the world, Paniagua first became interested in creating art while enrolled at a technical school for underprivileged youth—taking advantage of the free art supplies he found in the facility’s community room. Since that fateful day, among his many exhibitions, he has held shows at The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art, Dallas, Irving Arts Center, RE Gallery, Dallas, Davidson Gallery, New York, Talley Dunn Gallery, Dallas, Central Booking, New York, Amarillo Museum of Art, Anya Tish Gallery, Houston, Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, Box43, Zurich, Switzerland, and 500X Gallery, Dallas.

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