May 2, 2022 - June 10, 2022As post-modern claims have been pressed against traditionally modernist territory, the human form bridges people, places, and generations. The human figure has appeared in portraits, has been used to tell stories or express beliefs, or used to explore what it is to be human. In this exhibition, "The Human Form" the artists explore varying ways to express what it is to be human in a myriad of unique materials with thoughtful juxtapositions.
Mark Acetelli's paintings may go through multiple incarnations with the past lying just beneath the surface, adding to its overall dimension and depth. In his work, Mark seeks to evoke a feeling rather than depict a defined image. He uses primarily oils and encaustics to create thickly layered canvases with… Read more