Figurative Art By Leon Sarantos at Cornerstone Art Center & Gallery April – May

Fading Flower, Abstract Figurative Painting

My painting portrays a woman contemplating a flower.  This is an abstract painting done loosely, with the interplay of the reds as one element, the highlighted areas of the woman’s body and flower counterbalancing each other, and the purple providing the backdrop.  The theme is the fading of youth, both in the flower and the figure of a lady.  The painting is part of a series in which I combine realism with elements of abstract patterns.

Struggle For Art IV:  CornerStone Art Center & Gallery

The exhibit,The Struggle For Art IV, is at the CornerStone Art Center, in the Centier Bank Building, 1500 119th Street, Whiting, Indiana. The opening Reception is on Saturday, April 7 – 9 AM til noon.  This exhibit is being held with 119th Street Artists, with curator, Jim Panos. Cornerstone Art Center & Gallery is located 20 minutes outside of Chicago in NW Indiana in the Historic Downtown District of Whiting, Indiana.


Links

Art exhibit organized by 119th Street Artists.

http://www.119streetartists.org/

Artwork by Leon Sarantos
http://www.leonsarantosartist.com/

More figurative art by Leon Sarantos:
http://www.leonsarantosartist.com/art-gallery/figurative-paintings/

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