“Illusions of Grandeur” at 111 Minna Gallery, Art Practical

Illusions of Grandeur, at 111 Minna Gallery, showcased the abstract and Surrealist-inspired work of two local painters, NoMe Edonna and Lee Harvey Roswell. Both self-taught, each artist possesses an eye for composition and favors bold colors, as exhibited by the great visual impact of the works on display. Their paintings are also provocative on an intellectual level, employing more familiar and obscure symbolism, inventive and perplexing juxtapositions of elements, and a darkly humorous tone that contrasts with the often-grim themes they explore. (continue reading)

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