ArtProv Gallery's newest exhibit, “Head Space,” a group show that dives deep into the human psyche, runs through July 21. A closing reception will be held during Gallery Night Providence on Thursday, July 19 from 5-9 p.m.
Eight artists utilizing a variety of mediums to portray the human condition are exhibiting at “Head Space:”
• Wendy Brusick: A storyteller, Wendy’s curious and highly personal characters are often misunderstood or underestimated, but to those who observe carefully, have stories to tell.
• Judy Volkmann: Judy’s art has focused mainly on the human figure and expressionism for over 20 years. Her figures are often in stage of being reflective, engaged, celebratory, or confrontational.
• V.F. Wolf: V.F. Wolf creates mixed media, semi-abstract grotesque mask-like faces to analyze the shadow present in every society.
• Ted DiLucia: Ted’s stripped-down paintings are driven by what is haunting and creepy, mysterious and gothic.
• Sean James Harrington: The ambiguous biological forms in Sean’s sculptures explore the conflicts between spirit and reason.
• Vincent Castaldi: For Vincent, much of his work is based in the figurative intended toward creating impressions of portraits, capturing the essence, look and beauty of the subject.
• Serena Lafond. Serena aims to explore the human condition, deconstructing and reconstructing the figure.
“These works are all compelling images that will engage viewers and hopefully spark a conversation about the undercurrent of emotions beneath the subjects’ expressions,” said Michele Aucoin, gallery co-owner.
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