Pop! Cultured? The Art of Jesse Rubenfeld

. March 1, 2016.
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A graduate of Eastern Michigan University and resident of Ypsilanti, artist and illustrator Jesse Rubenfeld is best known for his ambidextrous “Two-fisted Drawings,” as well as his pop-culture and comic-book themed paintings and illustrations. Rubenfeld draws inspiration from all sorts of sources; art-lovers will spot superheroes, movie characters, and the residents of Sesame Street in his drawings. Also popular are his series of parody paintings, inspired by famous works of art, but with a twist, like Mona Lisa dressed up as Wonder Woman. His work will be on the display on weekends, all month long at the Riverside Art Center, starting Friday, March 4, with an artist reception Friday, March 11, from 5-7pm. Runs through March 26. 

3-8pm/thursdays and fridays, 1:30-4pm/sundays
Riverside Arts Center, 76 N. Huron St., Ypsilanti

 734-480-2787. | riversidearts.org | Free

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