Recent Works by Rodney Madison, Eric Grab, Luis Felipe Gonzalez
Open Studio, 104 Avenue A, Turners Falls, 5-8pm
Artists Rodney Madison, Eric Grab and Luis Felipe Gonzalez will be hosting an in-studio exhibition of their recent works on Friday, May 27 from 5-8pm at 104 Avenue A in Turners Falls.
Chicago native RODNEY MADISON grew up surrounded by art. Recently, Rodney dedicated his life to artistic expression through painting. His large scale abstract work incorporates images from his childhood, African Art, and the world of music, especially jazz.
Through his paintings, ERIC GRAB is mainly concerned with the communication of content; the bold, direct transmission of meaningful content—usually spiritual, religious, ceremonial, or familial in nature. Eric uses mostly acrylic and oil paint, although some of the pieces incorporate mixed media, including tobacco, dirt, cast of bits of studio detritus, flour, salt and found objects. www.ericgrab.com
Originally from he Yucatan, Mexico, LUIS FELIPE GONZALEZ paints memories of beaches and ocean scenes as a remedy for the Massachusetts winter. “It keeps me warm, man.”