Art on G+ – My Painting Is Featured This Week

Preacher Man   


This portrait painting continues my push to use high contrasts of light and dark to present a quickly readable abstract pattern, which in turn contains realistic details and modeling in the shaded and highlighted areas.

Arty Pics Of The Week

Google Plus has many artists and art themes that are open to all G+ artists.  I’m pleased that my abstract, figurative painting, Preacher Man, is featured on Google Plus Arty Pics Of The Week.

It is also on display at CornerStone Art Center & Gallery this May.

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. This exhibit is being held with 119th Street Artists, with curator, Jim Panos. The gallery is located 30 minutes outside of Chicago in NW Indiana in the Historic Downtown District of Whiting, Indiana.

Links

Arty Pics Of The Week
https://plus.google.com/u/0/102778907837667910296/posts/eB7ZKZYRP2j

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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This entry was published on May 15, 2012 at 5:25 pm. It’s filed under "Figurative art", Abstract, Art, Art Exhibit Event, ChicagoArt, Figurative Art, fine art, Recognitions, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “Art on G+ – My Painting Is Featured This Week

  1. Food for thought…

  2. I run the site http://gallerinanyc.com and I’m constantly looking around for posts like this. Trying to become a better blogger and whatnot.

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