41 Winters by Sergio Gomez
33 Contemporary Gallery presents a solo exhibition by Sergio Gomez titled 41 Winters. This exhibition features a new series of works inspired by Charlotte Brontë's poem "Winter Stores". The painting series reflects on the season of Winter as a metaphor for life's own winter cycles. Referring to the artist's own age, 41 Winters departs from Sergio's large figurative works and delves in an intimate exploration of abstract forms, textures, words, and layering of materials. Each of the 12"x12" works in the series incorporates a text selection from Brontë's Winter poem.
Sergio Gomez is a recognized Chicago based artist recently selected as one of the featured artists during Chicago Artist Month 2012. His work can be found in private and public collections in the United States and abroad and recent exhibitions in Turin, Vienna, Stockholm and Miami River Art Fair. Sergio Gomez is Director of Exhibitions at the Zhou B. Art Center, Owner/Director of 33 Contemporary Gallery, contributor for Italia Arte Magazine, founder of VisualArtToday.com, Art/Design faculty at South Suburban College, Creative Consultant for Idea Seat Marketing and Advertising and co-founder of 3C Wear. Do not miss his upcoming solo exhibition at the National Museum of Mexican Art scheduled from March 1 to June 30, 2013.
In partnership with 3c Wear, Sergio Gomez will donate twenty percent of the sales to purchase school supplies for local children in need. 3c Wear is a family-owned company with one vision in mind, making Inspired Clothing to Inspire Giving. They inspire children, their parents and friends to make a difference in this world by providing opportunities to give something meaningful to children in need. For every product they sell, they give a school supply kit or a school uniform to a school age child in need.
Known for his large works, Sergio Gomez offers you this rare opportunity to acquire one or multiple of his forty-one 12" x 12" works for your art collection.
Also on view will be one of his newest large scale works titled "Aire/Air".