Nüart Gallery, 670 Canyon Road, 505-988-3888, nuartgallery.com
French abstractionist Guillaume Seff’s lyrical, rhythmic paintings are a form of visual poetry. In his compositions, nonrepresentational, self-contained forms float in atmospheric planes of either dark or light tones, interacting with forms that recede or emerge from the background. His paintings seem derived from the stratum of the human emotional landscape and evoke a range of feelings. His solo exhibition, Les Ouvrages du Ressentir (Works of Feeling), continues through Sunday, Aug. 9. “Emotion is transient, whereas feeling settles and moves in a long-run temporality,” Seff writes in a statement. “The paintings are a testament to the history of these elements.” The works are available for viewing in the gallery or online.