Nice Work…

. May 1, 2014.
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Barcelona born, sculptor and ceramist, Francesc Burgos views form as a hard wall around an empty space. His unique and Modernistic interpretation of the multiplicity of media elevates those hard walls into engaging art in the WSG exhibit. Influenced by his background in architectural design, Burgos' work, both functional and contemplative, utilizes clean geometric lines to portray organic abstractions evoking nature, music or language.

Attend the opening reception on Saturday, May 9 from 7-10pm.
Show runs through Saturday, June 14; check website for gallery hours. WSG Gallery, 306 S. Main St. 744-761-2287. wsg-art.com

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