Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Myron Rubenstein: Figures In-taglio+

Hera Gallery
Myron Rubenstein: Figures In-taglio+
September 8th – October 13th
Opening Reception:  Saturday, September 8th, 6:00 – 8:00pm

Myron Rubenstein's statement for the exhibition, like his work, defies the traditional method.

    All of my art work relates to a mind-blending 
                        and intertwining of fragmented synapses.
            Flashing thoughts of fantasy unknown
                        but revealed in my artwork.

            It is a reality that exists only in our subconscious 
                        that drives us forward.
            People in a transformation of many faces
                        sliding into various places 
            Confined in questions with no answers.
            Seeing infinite humans traces.

            Detecting human sounds and constant rants 
                        directing art to make sense of my senses.
            And a sense of my time.

Myron previously worked as a graphic designer, and created art for years with traditional media, with a focus on canvas, oil and mixed media. Over the last few years he has embraced his digital skills, searching for the convergence of traditional painting, photography and the virtual world of computing. Incorporating today's technology with traditional painting on canvas has led to a very personal form of computer generated art. He has most recently shown in the Candita Clayton Gallery in Pawtucket, RI. Rubenstein was awarded a 2012 RISCA project grant for his intaglio prints, which will be showcased in this exhibition. 

The public is invited to attend the opening reception held from 6:00-8:00 p.m. on Saturday, September, 8th

Hera Gallery is free and open to the public and is accessible to persons with disabilities. Parking is available behind the building or across the street.

Funding provided in part by a grant from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, through an appropriation by the Rhoode Island General Assembly, a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and private funders.

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