Baso Fibonacci Solo Exhibition: June 5 at Flatcolor Gallery

Posted on May 28, 2014, 4:58 pm
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Baso Fibonacci

The Flatcolor Gallery will be hosting Baso Fibonacci’s solo exhibit, which opens next Thursday, June 5th.

In case you missed my piece on him earlier this year, now you can go see it in real life. As I wrote about his process from during that time, “He considers his style closest to Impressionism, with hints of street art. Indeed, even the palette he uses above the black is reminiscent of the florid pastels of the Impressionists, but the paint itself is of the street. The medium he generally uses is one shot, a fast-drying oil enamel favored by sign painters. He paints on Plexiglass, glass, and canvas. On canvas, his media often is more varied, including spray paint and collage, which he wheat pastes onto the canvas. He has cultivated a look that is beautiful and never boring.”
From the images leaked onto his facebook I can see that he has new work that is going in a totally different direction. This should be good!

June 5th, 5 to 9pm
Flatcolor Gallery
77 S. Main St.

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