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Roberto Osti, Daniel Brophy, Gocha Tsinadze
COAD Gallery’s Fall exhibition is comprised of three artists whose use of fine lines and uncompromising attention to detail offer a common linkage between artwork that would otherwise not appear so similar. In fact, other aspects of their artwork, such as medium and subject matter are completely different. Roberto Osti primarily uses watercolor and colored pencil to depict human, animal or hybrid organisms. Daniel Brophy, uses acrylic paint and markers to depict primarily natural and man-made environments. And Gocha Tsinadze uses ink on paper to give form to primarily abstract subject matter.
There will be a reception on Friday, September 24, 2010, from 5-9 pm, open to the public - with refreshments and an opportunity to meet the artists. This exhibition will also be part of Newark’s Open Doors event, a weekend celebration of the arts with a Friday night gallery crawl and a Sunday afternoon open studio tour. For more information on Newark Open Doors, go to: http://www.newarkarts.org/