Snowpacalypse: Dawn of 2012 Art Show *POSTPONED*


Due to popular demand the opening reception for Dawn of 2012 has been postponed one week.  

 

Fulcrum Gallery Presents:
Dawn of  2012 (Emerging  Artists of 2012)
Jan 26th to March 10th
Opening Reception: Thursday January 26th 6-9 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Julian Pena – Kelsi Finney – Gabriel Brown – Kirsten Marie Pisto – Meghan Mitchell – Branden Urban

 

 

Fulcrum Gallery ushers in 2012 with a prime selection of Tacoma artists. Honored for their creative sensibilities, use of materials, identity and overall tenacity to persist within a hostile art environment.  Expect a spectrum of graphic forms, surrealistic imagery, and repurposed materials. This visual arts show exposes a culture flourishing just beyond our sight.

 

 

Fulcrum Gallery

 

1308 Martin Luther King Jr. Way

 

Tacoma, WA 98405

 

Friday Saturday 12-6 pm

 

T 253 250 0520

 

www.fulcrumtacoma.com

 

Fulcrum Gallery

Fulcrum Gallery (Photo credit: Gexydaf)

 

 

 

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About Julian Peña

I'm a visual artist and student currently in progress to attaining a Bachelors of Fine Arts. I've been creating fantastical works of art since I was at the age of 13 years old. My work is transcendent beyond the material world and life itself. The paintings are polychromatic and visually exciting, while still maintaining a level of harmony. The subjects in many of these works of art may not exist at all despite what we perceive. It is a play on perception, an attempt to engage the viewers. I has earned numerous scholarships, participated in several group exhibitions, and already organized my own solo exhibition (CMYK, 2011). My meticulous and unique style is visually arresting. New ideas are constantly being examined and then visually communicated. Come check out my works at www.julianpena.com! I am is also currently part of the 253 Collective (a co-op) in downtown Tacoma. I currently live and work out of my loft in downtown Tacoma, WA.

2 comments

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