Vincent Falsetta: Agendas - Several Decades of Painting
The Institute for the Advancement of the Arts presents Vincent Falsetta: Agendas - Several Decades of Painting
CVAD professort Vincent Falsetta, an Institute for the Advancement of the Arts emeritus fellow, has painted abstractions since the 1970s. This exhibition shows the evolution of Falsetta's work - from the 1970s to the present. Although Falsetta's studio practice includes paintings, index card drawings and color studies - it will be the paintings that are featured in this exhibition.
"Because the exhibition spans four decades, gallery visitors will be able to see progression of similar themes as well as departure from those themes, and that keeps a sense of mystery about how the paintings were created so it broadens their perception of the artwork. I hope that when viewing my work they see a fresh, new way to look at and think about painting." -Vincent Falsetta
The free exhibition is open to the public. Gallery hours are 9am to noon and 1-5pm Monday through Friday with extended hours to 8pm on Thursday, and 11am to 3pm on Saturday. The gallery is located on the downtown square in Denton.
Friday, January 30th at 5:30-7:30pm
Monday, January 26th through Saturday, February 21st