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Art July, 30 2010

AJ Fosik 3-D Animals at David B. Smith Gallery

Curated comes through with another hit, this time from AJ Fosik.

“Denver’s David B. Smith Gallery has a knack for drawing compelling artists to the Rocky Mountains. The current duel artist exhibition features Parsons educated and current Philadelphia resident AJ Fosik. Fosik’s 3-dimensional sculpture build from wood, paint, and found objects. The Animal formed through a series of symmetrical and asymmetrical patterns, the sculptures are at once figurative and hypnotic. Vibrant colors further embellish the pieces, adding to the rhythm.

Fosik’s portion of Count Back From Nothing complements the work of fellow Philly dweller Bill McRight. McRight’s sculptures are influenced by tools and weaponry. His muted colors contrast with Fosik’s boldness, and the shapes similarly complement the flow of the exhibition.

Count Back From Now is on view through August 14, 2010.”

More of Fosik’s 3-D animals can be seen here.

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Art July, 30 2010

AJ Fosik at David B. Smith Gallery

Denver’s David B. Smith Gallery has a knack for drawing compelling artists to the Rocky Mountains. The current duel artist exhibition features Parsons educated and current Philadelphia resident AJ Fosik. Fosik’s 3-dimensional sculpture build from wood, paint, and found objects. The Animal formed through a series of symmetrical and asymmetrical patterns, the sculptures are at once figurative and hypnotic. Vibrant colors further embellish the pieces, adding to the rhythm.

Fosik’s portion of Count Back From Nothing complements the work of fellow Philly dweller Bill McRight. McRight’s sculptures are influenced by tools and weaponry. His muted colors contrast with Fosik’s boldness, and the shapes similarly complement the flow of the exhibition.

Count Back From Now is on view through August 14, 2010.

More of Fosik’s 3-D animals after the jump.

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