Bruno David Gallery Continues to Promote Contemporary Art

    The first exhibition of 2018 at the Bruno David Gallery pulls art from the works of Gary Passanise, Patricia Clark, Ben Brough, and Damon Freed. Gary Passanise’s “Twenty-Seven Nights” uses a variety of materials to return to a more innocent approach to art. Patricia Clark’s “A Matter of Circumstances” explores her experience as an African American woman faced with the constraints of modern society. Ben Brough’s “Femmes Fatales” joins his appreciation of strong women with an abstract aesthetic. Damon Freed’s “The Correspondence of Color” brings his expertise in color theory to the canvas with lively celebration of the geometric form. The exhibition runs through April 6, 2018.

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